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Spleen, kidneys, caecum, bile and pancreas. Lithograph of Corbie, based on a drawing by Leveille, in Petiure Atlas complet d'Anatomie descriptive du Corps Humain, by Dr. Joseph Nicolas Masse, published by Mequignon Marvis, Paris (France), 1864

Spleen, kidneys, caecum, bile and pancreas. Lithograph of Corbie, based on a drawing by Leveille, in Petiure Atlas complet d'Anatomie descriptive du Corps Humain, by Dr. Joseph Nicolas Masse, published by Mequignon Marvis, Paris (France), 1864


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Spleen, kidneys, caecum, bile and pancreas. Lithograph of Corbie, based on a drawing by Leveille, in Petiure Atlas complet d'Anatomie descriptive du Corps Humain, by Dr. Joseph Nicolas Masse, published by Mequignon Marvis, Paris (France), 1864

FLO4672861 Spleen, kidneys, caecum, bile and pancreas. Lithograph of Corbie, based on a drawing by Leveille, in Petiure Atlas complet d'Anatomie descriptive du Corps Humain, by Dr. Joseph Nicolas Masse, published by Mequignon Marvis, Paris (France), 1864.; (add.info.: Spleen, kidneys, caecum, bile and pancreas. Lithograph of Corbie, based on a drawing by Leveille, in Petiure Atlas complet d'Anatomie descriptive du Corps Humain, by Dr. Joseph Nicolas Masse, published by Mequignon Marvis, Paris (France), 1864.); © Florilegius

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This stunning lithograph print from 1864 showcases the intricate details of the human body's internal organs, including the spleen, kidneys, caecum, bile, and pancreas. Created by Dr. Joseph Nicolas Masse and based on a drawing by Leveille, this piece is part of the Petiure Atlas complet d'Anatomie descriptive du Corps Humain. The meticulous cross-section illustration provides a glimpse into the complexity of our digestive system and highlights the importance of understanding our anatomy for medical knowledge and research. The engraving captures every minute detail with precision, showcasing the expertise of both the anatomist and artist involved in its creation. As we marvel at this historical artwork, we are reminded of the advancements made in medicine over time and how crucial it is to continue exploring and studying the intricacies of our bodies. This lithograph serves as a testament to human curiosity and dedication to unraveling the mysteries within us. Whether you're a medical professional or simply fascinated by anatomy, this print offers a captivating look into one aspect of what makes us uniquely human. It stands as a timeless representation of scientific exploration and discovery that continues to inspire awe centuries after its creation.

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