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Beautiful Anatomy

Beautiful Anatomy

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Family of Skeletons, C. 1800 J. Lopez Enguidanos

Periods of Fetal Development Chart: Gestational weeks that correlate with development of the CNS, ears, teeth, palate upper limbs, external genitalia, lower limbs, heart, & ears.

Types of Fractures

"A human embryo at 7-8 weeks old (first trimester). He is attached to the placenta and the mother's blood circulation by an umbilical cord (upper left), and is seen floating in an amniotic sac filled with amniotic fluid. At upper right is the remnant of the yolk sac. His eye and limbs are visible, as is his male sex. During the first trimester, organ differentiation overshadows growth and all the major organs have been formed. He is about 4 centimetres in length and weighs less than 10 grams."

Enchondroma with pathological fracture

鈽 MD 鈽 鈽嗏槅鈽 From the book: Trait茅 complet de l'anatomie de l'homme.

Inspirational Artworks: ANATOMY IMAGES

Enchondroma | Radiology Case |

Enchondroma | Radiology Case |

1901 human anatomy illustration

Inspirational Artworks: ANATOMY IMAGES

Inspirational Artworks: ANATOMY IMAGES

Presentimiento by Fernando Vicente

Fernando Vicente Vanitas

Fernando Vicente Vanitas

Fernando Vicente

Fernando Vicente: Anatomias

anatomy #drawing

Feature Focus: Sculpting Feet



Random Pictures Of The Day - 101 Pics


Blood vessels of the face, circa 1900 By Elisa Schorn.

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head anatomy lateral view with skull, 2006 by Patrick J. Lynch, medical illustrator

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Random fact: Good guy fetus

Random fact: Good guy fetus -