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The Human Body: What It Is And How It Works — a stunning vintage anatomy book, depicting and explaining in more than 200 vibrant mid-century illustrations the inner workings of the body.

The Human Body: What It Is And How It Works — a stunning vintage anatomy book, depicting and explaining in more than 200 vibrant mid-century illustrations the inner workings of the body.

Plate XX. Nystagmus - involuntary eye movements caused by abnormal brain functioning. Diseases of the nose, throat and ear, medical and surgical. 1913.

Plate XX. Nystagmus - involuntary eye movements caused by abnormal brain functioning. Diseases of the nose, throat and ear, medical and surgical. 1913.

The central and peripheral nervous system of a plastinated cadaver are part of the "Body Worlds and The Story of The Heart" exhibit. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post )

The central and peripheral nervous system of a plastinated cadaver are part of the "Body Worlds and The Story of The Heart" exhibit. (Cyrus McCrimmon, The Denver Post )

Your spine protects the wiring to all of the organs of your body. Check out what a subluxation of your spine may be affecting.

Your spine protects the wiring to all of the organs of your body. Check out what a subluxation of your spine may be affecting.

Hierarchy Of The Human Body: The human body is organized into a hierarchy of different levels. From the simplest to the most complex, they are the chemical level, cellular level, tissue, organ, and system.

Hierarchy Of The Human Body: The human body is organized into a hierarchy of different levels. From the simplest to the most complex, they are the chemical level, cellular level, tissue, organ, and system.

This fascinating (and visually appealing) brain map was created in 1957 by compiling virtually all that was known about the localization of brain's functions at the time. From: S. Polyak, The Vertebrate Visual System (The University of Chicago Press, 1957). Reproduced in: R.L. Savoy, History and future directions of human brain mapping and functional neuroimaging (Acta Psychologica 107, 2001, 9-42).

This fascinating (and visually appealing) brain map was created in 1957 by compiling virtually all that was known about the localization of brain's functions at the time. From: S. Polyak, The Vertebrate Visual System (The University of Chicago Press, 1957). Reproduced in: R.L. Savoy, History and future directions of human brain mapping and functional neuroimaging (Acta Psychologica 107, 2001, 9-42).

Awesome tidbits I'll be using as ice breakers someday (or just to impress people with my knowledge base!)

Awesome tidbits I'll be using as ice breakers someday (or just to impress people with my knowledge base!)

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