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06.1 De humani corporis fábrica. 1543. Andrés Versalio.

06.1 De humani corporis fábrica. 1543. Andrés Versalio.

Juan Valverde de Amusco: Anatomia del corpo humano

Juan Valverde de Amusco: Anatomia del corpo humano

darwin drawings - Google zoeken

darwin drawings - Google zoeken

Large_aldrovandi_cyklop

Large_aldrovandi_cyklop

historia del equipamiento militar

History of war uniforms in one image.

historia del equipamiento militar

De humanis corporis fabrica.

De humanis corporis fabrica.

Andrea Vesalius "De humanis corporis fabrica"

Andrea Vesalius "De humanis corporis fabrica"

Surgical technique for the removal of bladder stone in 1828  Although the operation itself lasted only a matter of minutes, lithotomic procedures were painful, dangerous and humiliating. The patient—naked from the waist down—was bound in such a way as to ensure an unobstructed view of his genitals and anus.  Afterwards, the surgeon passed a curved, metal tube up the patient’s penis and into the bladder. He then slid a finger into the man’s rectum, feeling for the stone

Surgical technique for the removal of bladder stone in 1828 Although the operation itself lasted only a matter of minutes, lithotomic procedures were painful, dangerous and humiliating. The patient—naked from the waist down—was bound in such a way as to ensure an unobstructed view of his genitals and anus. Afterwards, the surgeon passed a curved, metal tube up the patient’s penis and into the bladder. He then slid a finger into the man’s rectum, feeling for the stone

Láminas de Casserio para su Theatrum anatomicum. De humani corporis fabrica libri decem.

Láminas de Casserio para su Theatrum anatomicum. De humani corporis fabrica libri decem.

The Black Death is far and away the most lethal epidemic in history. The statistics alone are staggering. The Plague’s 13-year reign across the world resulted in at least 75 million deaths, including at least a third of Europe. The pandemic originated as a bubonic plague outbreak in China in the 1330s and was then spread by the fleas of infected rats. Symptoms included fever, headaches, nausea, painful buboes and rashes.

The Black Death is far and away the most lethal epidemic in history. The statistics alone are staggering. The Plague’s 13-year reign across the world resulted in at least 75 million deaths, including at least a third of Europe. The pandemic originated as a bubonic plague outbreak in China in the 1330s and was then spread by the fleas of infected rats. Symptoms included fever, headaches, nausea, painful buboes and rashes.

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