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Chest anatomy, 19th Century illustration

Chest anatomy, 19th Century illustration

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Chest anatomy, 19th Century illustration. Historical hand coloured lithographic print showing the lungs (centreleft and right) in the chest, larynx (voicebox, white, upper centre) in the throat, and the blood vessels (red and blue) and muscles (brown) of the neck. The lungs are protected by the ribs, which are connected by the intercostal muscles. Between the lungs is the heart, enveloped in the pericardium (white, centre). Image from 'Traite complet de l'anatomie de l'homme, comprenant la medecine operatoire' Vol. 4 (1836), by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery and illustrated by Nicolas-Henri Jacob.

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