2 edition of Plates of the arteries of the human body found in the catalog.
Plates of the arteries of the human body
Each plate accompanied by 1 or 2 leaves (variously paged) with descriptive letterpress.
|Statement||after Frederic Tiedemann ; engraved by E. Mitchell, under the superintendence of Thomas Wharton Jones, surgeon ; the explanatory references translated from the original Latin, with additional notes, by Dr. Knox.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, E. d. 1872, Jones, Thomas Wharton, 1808-1891, Knox, Robert, 1791-1862.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p., 37 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||98|
Category: Human Body. Color the human body. Abdominal Aorta; Arteries of the Head and Neck; Arteries of the Lower Limb; Arteries of Upper Limb (Arm) Artery Anatomy; Blood Flow Through the Heart; Blood Vessels; Blood Vessels of the Circulatory System (Advanced) Wild Science Activity Book. This is a list of arteries of the human body.. The aorta; The arteries of the head and neck. The common carotid artery. The external carotid artery; The triangles of the neck; The internal carotid artery; The arteries of the brain; The arteries of the upper extremity The subclavian artery; The axilla. The axillary artery; The brachial artery; The radial artery; The ulnar artery.
The arteries (except the pulmonary) and the left side of the heart are colored red; the veins, (except the pulmonary) and the right half of the heart blue: on the limbs of the left side the arteries are omitted and only the superficial veins are shown.. 1. Aorta, near its origin from the left ventricle of the heart.. 2. Lower end of aorta. 3. Iliac artery. Reviews of On the Fabric of the Human Body, Book III: The Veins and Arteries; Book IV: The Nerves “To those fascinated by medical history or those who may wonder how current anatomy was founded and how Vesalius interpreted his observations, this sumptuously produced translation is an unparalleled contribution that does great credit both to.
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Plates of the arteries of the human body. Edinburgh: Printed for Maclachlan & Stewart, (OCoLC) Named Person: History of Medicine.
Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Friedrich Tiedemann; Thomas Wharton Jones; Robert Knox; Edward Mitchell. Plates of the arteries of the human body by Tiedemann, Friedrich, Publication date Publisher Edinburgh: Printed for A.
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Page numbers reset Pages: Plates of the arteries of the human body after Frederic Tiedemann, engravedby E. Mitchell, under the superintendency of Thomas Wharton Jones by Friedrich Tiedemann.
Published by Maclachlan & Stewart in Edinburgh. Written in English. Plates of the arteries of the human body by Tiedemann, Friedrich, ; Mitchell, Edward (Illustrator); Jones, Thomas Wharton, (Editor); Knox, Robert, (Translator); Royal College of Physicians of London.
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It consists of 14 hand-coloured plates depicting the various human arteries, likely intended to be read in conjunction with his textual work, The anatomy of the human body (Vol. II – heart and arteries). Bell’s magnificently detailed etchings are designed to facilitate student.
De humani corporis fabrica libri septem (Latin for "On the fabric of the human body in seven books") is a set of books on human anatomy written by Andreas Vesalius (–) and published in It was a major advance in the history of anatomy over the long-dominant work of Galen, and presented itself as such.
The collection of books is based on his Paduan Author: Andreas Vesalius. Filled with interesting facts and information, this book offers a comprehensive approach to teaching children about anatomy and functions of the human body.
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This book explains the anatomy of the following arteries of the human body: The aorta, The arteries of the head and neck, The arteries of the upper extremity, The arteries of the trunk, The arteries of the lower extremity. Plate signed by the artist, Joseph Maclise; printed by J.
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Plates of the arteries of the human body. By Friedrich Tiedemann. By Friedrich Tiedemann. The explanatory references translated from the original Latin, with additional notes, by Dr. Knox.The only anatomy atlas illustrated by physicians, Atlas of Human Anatomy, 7th edition, brings you world-renowned, exquisitely clear views of the human body with a clinical addition to the famous work of Dr.
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