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Museo de Historia Natural de París en la década de 1880.

Museo de Historia Natural de París en la década de 1880.

This is a sampling of prosthetics from the 1800 to the mid 1930s. It’s just a few of the many artifacts that can be found in our collection. Pictured above is a rare aluminum leg with flush aircraft rivets… A pair of early legs in the original box with label… an assortment of articulated hands… but most interesting are the original plaster, wax and wood hand models. All these look beautiful with any decor.

This is a sampling of prosthetics from the 1800 to the mid 1930s. It’s just a few of the many artifacts that can be found in our collection. Pictured above is a rare aluminum leg with flush aircraft rivets… A pair of early legs in the original box with label… an assortment of articulated hands… but most interesting are the original plaster, wax and wood hand models. All these look beautiful with any decor.

Anatomie des parties de la génértion de l’homme et de la femme, Paris, 1773. Colored mezzotint. National Library of Medicine D’Agoty’s colored mezzotints have a painterly quality. This pregnant woman calmly looks back at the viewer, a characteristic pose of 18th-century French portraiture.

Anatomie des parties de la génértion de l’homme et de la femme, Paris, 1773. Colored mezzotint. National Library of Medicine D’Agoty’s colored mezzotints have a painterly quality. This pregnant woman calmly looks back at the viewer, a characteristic pose of 18th-century French portraiture.

Wax Anatomical Model of brains at the Semmelweiss Medical Museum by Curious Expeditions, via Flickr

Wax Anatomical Model of brains at the Semmelweiss Medical Museum by Curious Expeditions, via Flickr

Anatomical dummy (National Museum of Health and Medicine) by Prof. Jas. Mundie, via Flickr #anatomy

Anatomical dummy (National Museum of Health and Medicine) by Prof. Jas. Mundie, via Flickr #anatomy

Cross-section of the head showing brain and cerebellum, by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, from: Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme, Paris 1831-1854 by J.M. Bourgery and N.H. Jacob

Cross-section of the head showing brain and cerebellum, by Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery, from: Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme, Paris 1831-1854 by J.M. Bourgery and N.H. Jacob

Plaster models    World War II facial reconstruction models.

Plaster models World War II facial reconstruction models.

the effects of corsetry, vintage medical illustration

the effects of corsetry, vintage medical illustration

La primera transfusión de sangre registrada fue la hecha entre perros por el médico inglés Lower alrededor de 1666. En 1667 el científico francés Jean Baptiste Denys hizo una transfusión a un ser humano usando sangre de carnero. En el siglo XIX se hicieron experiencias de transfusión directa de sangre entre personas, a veces con consecuencias fatales por la ignorancia de las incompatibilidades sanguíneas

La primera transfusión de sangre registrada fue la hecha entre perros por el médico inglés Lower alrededor de 1666. En 1667 el científico francés Jean Baptiste Denys hizo una transfusión a un ser humano usando sangre de carnero. En el siglo XIX se hicieron experiencias de transfusión directa de sangre entre personas, a veces con consecuencias fatales por la ignorancia de las incompatibilidades sanguíneas

Anna Morandi Manzolini (1714-1774) - self-portrait dissecting a brain    Professor of anatomy at the University of Bologna (she succeeded her husband) and anatomical wax modeller. This portrait makes the point that anatomy was a relatively high status occupation. Female anatomists were by no means uncommon, though most of the finest wax modellers were men.    This self-portrait, and examples of her work, are on display at the Museo di Palazzo Poggi in Bologna.

Anna Morandi Manzolini (1714-1774) - self-portrait dissecting a brain Professor of anatomy at the University of Bologna (she succeeded her husband) and anatomical wax modeller. This portrait makes the point that anatomy was a relatively high status occupation. Female anatomists were by no means uncommon, though most of the finest wax modellers were men. This self-portrait, and examples of her work, are on display at the Museo di Palazzo Poggi in Bologna.

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