The stomach of a victim of cholera d'Harlingue
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The stomach of a victim of cholera
Anatomical study showing the stomach of a victim of cholera discovered with mushrooms remaining in the stomach, a regular occurrence despite the vomiting induced by cholera due to food blocking the pyloric orifice in the stomach. Plate XIII from Anatomie Pathologique du Cholera Morbus by Nikolay Pirogov (St Petersburg, 1849).
Original: lithograph . 1849
- Image reference: RS-9945
- The Royal Society
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