Parts of the brain including the dura mater William Say

Parts of the brain including the dura mater by William Say

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Parts of the brain including the dura mater

Illustration of five parts of the brain, each illustrating a disease. Fig.1 û central image. A portion of the dura mater taken from a woman who suffered from symptoms of cerebral pressure. Fig.2 û top image. Ossification of the dura mater. This was taken from a case of chronic hydrocephalus. It shows an extensive deposit of bony matter in thin fibres across the substance of the membrane. Fig.3 û bottom left image. 'A portion of the brain of a child who died with serous effusion into the cellular tissue of the pia mater and into the ventricles.' Fig.4 û bottom right image. A portion of the middle lobe of the cerebrum. Specimen from an old woman who suffered 'under symptoms of general paralysis and imbecility.' Fig.5 û central left image. A small portion of the theca of the spine taken from an elderly woman who 'laboured under an obstinate form of spasmodic wry neck.' Plate 31 from Bright's Medical Reports: Diseases of the brain and Nervous System part 2 by Richard Bright (London, Longman, Rees... 1831). Inscribed: 'Plate 31.Drawn by C. J. Canton delin. London Published Jan 1st. 1831. by Longman, Rees, Orme & Brown. Engraved by W. Say'

Original: engraving. 1831

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