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  • Meredith Miotke

    X-rays from Hopital des Enfants Malades in Paris, printed in Le Livre de la Sante by Joseph Handler (1968, Andre Sauret), volume 12: La Croissance. Via 50 Watts.

  • Rudy

    Growing Up And I'm Fine - 50 Watts

  • Erin Kobie

    hôpital des enfants malade (paris) – finger bones, x-rays joseph handler

  • Sarah Bell

    Great sequence showing the change in the human hand as we age.

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