Dissection of an arm on which the operation for the Aneurism had been performed unknown
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Dissection of an arm on which the operation for the Aneurism had been performed
Illustration of a dissected upper arm, showing arteries and bone. The Axillary artery has been injected with wax prior to amputation and dissection. A-The elbow, illustrating the 'obliteration of the trunk of the artery' Plate 4 from An Inquiry into the Nature and Cause of that Swelling in One or Both of the Lower Extremities which sometimes happens to lying-in women by Charles White (FRS), 1801 (Manchester, W. Shelmerdine & Co.). Inscribed: 'Pl. 4, Wm Thomas fc.
Original: engraving. 1801
- Image reference: RS-10268
- The Royal Society
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