Female armpit anatomy, 1850s

Female armpit anatomy, 1850s

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Caption: Female armpit anatomy. 19th-century illustration of the anatomy of a woman's armpit, showing the arteries (red) and veins (blue) as well as other internal tissues such as lymph nodes. This lithograph by Scottish anatomist Joseph Maclise was published in 'Surgical Anatomy' (1851).

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