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Albrecht Durer (1471-1528) Self-Portrait meant for a long-distance consultation with his Doctor The text reads: "there, on the yellow spot, where my finger is pointing, is where my pain is." (now in the Kunsthalle, Bremen, Germany)

Miniature illustration of the Sick Ward at the Hotel-Dieu in the Book of the very active life of the nuns of the Hotel-Dieu of Paris (Musee de l'assistance, Paris).

Venus on a dolphin - Albrecht Dürer-Artist: Albrecht Durer Style: Northern Renaissance Genre: mythological painting Tags: Greek-and-Roman-Mythology, gods-and-goddesses, Aphrodite/Venus

MS. Ashmole 1462 Miscellaneous medical and herbal texts, in Latin England, late 12th century Images scanned from Bodleian filmstrip Rolls 170H, 186H(1), 186H(2), etc. fol. 9r Four recumbent and four standing figures, marked with red spots showing cautery points for breathing problems, diseases of the liver, spleen, stomach and kidneys.

The Great Room of the Poor (La Grand' Chambre des Pauvres) is believed to be the world's oldest edifice to have been in continuous use as a hospital. Representative of medieval hospitals, it is a part of the Hôtel-Dieu of Beaune, France, founded in 1443. History Of Medicine : All 45 Paintings By Robert Thom

1897 Victorian MEDICAL print, DOCTOR cares, medical visit men. 115 years old antique print