Woman's abdomen, 17th century artwork

Woman's abdomen, 17th century artwork

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Caption: Woman's abdomen, 17th century artwork. Dissection showing a woman's abdomen opened with the intestines removed, to show the inner abdominal organs. This woodcut is from the book La commare oriccoglitrice (Venice, 1601) by the Italian monk and physician Girolamo Mercurio (1550-1615).

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