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fuckyeahmedicaldiagrams:  Illustration from The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, circa 1959.

The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, in Vibrant Vintage Illustrations circa 1959 / Brain Pickings volgens mij heb ik dit boek ook gehad als kind van mn opa

Fritz Kahn - Märchenreise auf dem Blutstrom – Einfahrt in eine Drüsenhöhle mit idealer Zellenlandschaft. (1924)

Always thought it would be cool to make a children's book set inside the human body and today I stumbled upon this illustration by avant-garde German Jewish gynaecologist and popular science writer Fritz Kahn. "Fairytale journey along the bloodstream"

Robert Hunt - The Human Body, illustrations by Cornelius DeWitt

“The Human Body: What it is and how it works” by Mitchell Wilson (Author) and Cornelius De Witt (Illustrator) from

The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works – absolutely amazing, vibrant vintage science illustrations circa 1959

The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, in Vibrant Vintage Illustrations circa 1959

The Human Body: What It Is and How It Works, in Vibrant Vintage Illustrations circa 1959 – Brain Pickings

From the tiniest veins, arteries and nerves to serial cross-sections of the spinal cord, these incredibly detailed dissections show and labe...

Cervical spinal cord By removing the rear arches of the neck (cervical) vertebra and the fibrous covering (dura) over the spinal cord one sees the cervical spinal cord and its nerves. The blood.

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