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  • Norma Jonkers

    A realistically rendered view of the middle portion of a dissected pregnant woman and her baby, almost full-term. The woman’s upper body and legs have been removed. From William Hunter, The Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus (Birmingham, 1774). Copperplate engraving. Artist: Jan van Riemsdyk

  • Isobel Walker Khoury

    pregnancy, vintage images, anatomical

  • Michaela Evanow

    The Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus by William Hunter and Jan van Riemsdyk: pregnancy, birth, anatomy

  • Bex

    Vintage anatomy drawing of the human torso (and "sliced" thighs) while pregnant.

  • Adrianne  "Andi" Hurtig

    anatomical illustration of the human body historical - Google Search

  • Heather Lofthouse

    The Anatomy of the Human Gravid Uterus Birmingham, 1774. Copperplate engraving. National Library of Medicine. William Hunter (1718-1783) [anatomist] Jan van Riemsdyk (fl. 1750-1788) [artist] An eminent anatomist and obstetrician, Hunter confined himself to a specific topic (late pregnancy) and "subject" (the dissection of a woman who died near the end of term). Illustrations that represent only "what was actually seen," Hunter argued, will carry "the mark of truth" and be "almost as infal...

  • Jodi Mitchell

    vintage medical print

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