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Intestine Collection

"The Intricate World of Intestines: Exploring the Marvels Within" Delving into the depths of our gastrointestinal system

Background imageIntestine Collection: Gastrointestinal nematodes

Gastrointestinal nematodes
Illustration of a gastrointestinal nematodes

Background imageIntestine Collection: Acupuncture

Acupuncture
ACUPUNCTURE The Meridian of the Large Intestine

Background imageIntestine Collection: Deer anatomy, artwork

Deer anatomy, artwork
Deer anatomy. Computer artwork showing the internal anatomy of a deer (family Cervidae). Anatomical features shown here include the skeleton, lungs, intestines, bladder

Background imageIntestine Collection: Mosquito (Culicidae), female, internal anatomy, and sucking blood from skin, cross-section

Mosquito (Culicidae), female, internal anatomy, and sucking blood from skin, cross-section

Background imageIntestine Collection: Illustration of greater omentum, or epiploon

Illustration of greater omentum, or epiploon
Medicine: Human anatomy, greater omentum, or epiploA

Background imageIntestine Collection: Fish anatomy, historical model

Fish anatomy, historical model
Fish anatomy. 1950s anatomical model showing the internal organs of a typical fish

Background imageIntestine Collection: Intestinal microvilli, TEM

Intestinal microvilli, TEM
Intestinal microvilli, coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM). The microvilli are finger-like projections (seen here in circular cross-section)

Background imageIntestine Collection: Female body showing digestive and circulatory system

Female body showing digestive and circulatory system
Medical illustration of female body showing digestive and circulatory system, perspective view

Background imageIntestine Collection: BARTHOLIN, Thomas (1616-1680). Danish physician, mathematician, and theologian

BARTHOLIN, Thomas (1616-1680). Danish physician, mathematician, and theologian
CUL4875726 BARTHOLIN, Thomas (1616-1680). Danish physician, mathematician, and theologian. He is best known for his work in the discovery of the lymphatic system in humans

Background imageIntestine Collection: Anatomy of male respiratory system and internal organs

Anatomy of male respiratory system and internal organs
Anatomy of male respiratory system, including the mouth, cutaway view. Other internal organs are visible in half tones

Background imageIntestine Collection: Perspective view of human body, whole organs and bones

Perspective view of human body, whole organs and bones

Background imageIntestine Collection: Human body with internal organs, nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system

Human body with internal organs, nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system
Transparent human body with internal organs, nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system

Background imageIntestine Collection: Anatomy of female body with internal organs

Anatomy of female body with internal organs

Background imageIntestine Collection: Internal organs of the respiratory and digestive system

Internal organs of the respiratory and digestive system
Human male anatomy showing internal organs of the respiratory and digestive system

Background imageIntestine Collection: A Dog and a Cat near a partially disembowelled Deer, 1645-1660. Creator: Jan Baptist Weenix

A Dog and a Cat near a partially disembowelled Deer, 1645-1660. Creator: Jan Baptist Weenix
A Dog and a Cat near a partially disembowelled Deer, 1645-1660

Background imageIntestine Collection: The Reward of Cruelty, 1750. Creator: John Bell

The Reward of Cruelty, 1750. Creator: John Bell
The Reward of Cruelty, 1750

Background imageIntestine Collection: Midsection view showing internal organs of human body

Midsection view showing internal organs of human body

Background imageIntestine Collection: Human digestive system, with labels

Human digestive system, with labels

Background imageIntestine Collection: Female organs, cut away, artwork

Female organs, cut away, artwork
Female organs, cut away computer artwork

Background imageIntestine Collection: Starvation, degrees of wasting (litho)

Starvation, degrees of wasting (litho)
5998374 Starvation, degrees of wasting (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Starvation, degrees of wasting)

Background imageIntestine Collection: Mahasiddha Manibhadra Under a Mango Tree with an Evicerated Dog, 13th / 14th century

Mahasiddha Manibhadra Under a Mango Tree with an Evicerated Dog, 13th / 14th century
Mahasiddha Manibhadra Under a Mango Tree with an Evicerated Dog, 13th/14th century

Background imageIntestine Collection: Advertisement for the laxative Clerambourg, early twentieth century

Advertisement for the laxative Clerambourg, early twentieth century
CHT231090 Advertisement for the laxative Clerambourg, early twentieth century (colour litho) by French School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageIntestine Collection: MS Hunter 658 Plate XXVI Drawing from William Hunters (1718-83)

MS Hunter 658 Plate XXVI Drawing from William Hunters (1718-83)
GUL232057 MS Hunter 658 Plate XXVI Drawing from William Hunters (1718-83) Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus, 1774 (chalk on paper) by Rymsdyk, Jan van (fl.1750-88/89); Glasgow University Library

Background imageIntestine Collection: Model of a disembowelled woman (wax)

Model of a disembowelled woman (wax)
BEN360182 Model of a disembowelled woman (wax) by Susini, Clemente (1754-1814); Museo della Specola, Florence, Italy; (add.info)

Background imageIntestine Collection: The external surface of the intestines infected with cholera

The external surface of the intestines infected with cholera
CHT236338 The external surface of the intestines infected with cholera, from Anatomie Pathologique du Cholera Morbus, by Nikolai Ivanovich Pirogov (1810-81) published in St

Background imageIntestine Collection: A Meat Stall with the Holy Family Giving Alms, 1551 (oil on panel)

A Meat Stall with the Holy Family Giving Alms, 1551 (oil on panel)
3576758 A Meat Stall with the Holy Family Giving Alms, 1551 (oil on panel) by Aertsen, Pieter (Lange Pier) (1507/08-75); 115.6x168.9 cm; North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh

Background imageIntestine Collection: Vintage Anatomical Print of the Human Thoracic and Abdominal Regions, 1912 (screen print)

Vintage Anatomical Print of the Human Thoracic and Abdominal Regions, 1912 (screen print)
3034949 Vintage Anatomical Print of the Human Thoracic and Abdominal Regions, 1912 (screen print) by American School, (20th century); (add.info)

Background imageIntestine Collection: The suicide of the philosopher Cato, who lies on his bed pulling out his innards watched

The suicide of the philosopher Cato, who lies on his bed pulling out his innards watched by horrified disciples. 1648

Background imageIntestine Collection: TYPHUS BACILLUS

TYPHUS BACILLUS
Typhus bacillus, discovered by Eberth, 1880, and studied by Gaffky, 1884 - - left, infected intestine - right, culture

Background imageIntestine Collection: A Butcher, January 1, 1790. January 1, 1790. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

A Butcher, January 1, 1790. January 1, 1790. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
A Butcher, January 1, 1790

Background imageIntestine Collection: Healthy small intestines, artwork

Healthy small intestines, artwork
Healthy small intestines, computer artwork

Background imageIntestine Collection: Illustration of abdominal cavity including liver, pancreas, stomach, small intestine

Illustration of abdominal cavity including liver, pancreas, stomach, small intestine, colon and bladder

Background imageIntestine Collection: Spider (Araneae), internal anatomy, cross-section

Spider (Araneae), internal anatomy, cross-section

Background imageIntestine Collection: ALASKA: ESKIMO WOMAN. An Eskimo woman wearing a nose ring and and a labret, dressed

ALASKA: ESKIMO WOMAN. An Eskimo woman wearing a nose ring and and a labret, dressed in a hooded parka made of intestinal parchment, Nunivak Island, Alaska. Photographed by Edward S. Curtis, c1929

Background imageIntestine Collection: Medical ilustration of a hiatal hernia in the upper part of the stomach into the thorax

Medical ilustration of a hiatal hernia in the upper part of the stomach into the thorax

Background imageIntestine Collection: Anatomy of pancreas

Anatomy of pancreas

Background imageIntestine Collection: 3D rendering of healthy female internal organs

3D rendering of healthy female internal organs

Background imageIntestine Collection: Anatomy of human abdominal vein system

Anatomy of human abdominal vein system

Background imageIntestine Collection: Male anatomy of internal organs

Male anatomy of internal organs, with heart highlighted and rest of organs in half tone

Background imageIntestine Collection: Anatomy of human digestive system, front view

Anatomy of human digestive system, front view

Background imageIntestine Collection: Woman body midsection with interior organs superimposed

Woman body midsection with interior organs superimposed

Background imageIntestine Collection: Male skeleton with internal organs on blue background

Male skeleton with internal organs on blue background

Background imageIntestine Collection: Sectional view of large intestine

Sectional view of large intestine

Background imageIntestine Collection: General colon anatomy, with labels

General colon anatomy, with labels

Background imageIntestine Collection: Human midsection with internal organs

Human midsection with internal organs

Background imageIntestine Collection: Cross section of human digestive system

Cross section of human digestive system

Background imageIntestine Collection: Anatomy of female body with internal organs superimposed

Anatomy of female body with internal organs superimposed

Background imageIntestine Collection: Human body showing heart and main circulatory system position

Human body showing heart and main circulatory system position
Transparent human body showing heart and main circulatory system position with internal organs, nervous system, lymphatic system and circulatory system



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"The Intricate World of Intestines: Exploring the Marvels Within" Delving into the depths of our gastrointestinal system, we uncover a world teeming with life - intestinal parasites known as gastrointestinal nematodes. Did you know that acupuncture can have a positive impact on our intestines? This ancient practice stimulates specific points to promote digestive health and balance. A female mosquito (Culicidae) is not just an annoying pest; its internal anatomy reveals fascinating adaptations for sucking blood from our skin, as seen in a cross-section illustration. The greater omentum, or epiploon, acts as a protective apron within our abdomen. An intriguing historical model showcases its intricate folds and functions. Intestinal protozoan parasites are microscopic organisms that wreak havoc on our gut health. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) captures their detailed structure and complexity. Parasitic nematode worms may sound like creatures from a horror movie, but they inhabit the intestines of various animals including humans. Understanding their lifecycle is crucial for prevention and treatment. Cryptosporidium protozoa are notorious culprits behind diarrheal diseases worldwide. TEM images provide insights into their unique features and strategies for survival within the intestine. Tiny but mighty - intestinal microvilli play a vital role in nutrient absorption by increasing surface area in the small intestine's lining, as revealed through TEM imaging. Explore an artistic representation of dog anatomy where the intricacies of their intestines come to life through stunning artwork capturing both form and function. The Lazio Roma Rome Velletri Museo Civico di Velletri houses captivating exhibits showcasing ancient Roman medical knowledge related to intestinal health – truly bridging past with present discoveries.