Subject

Medical instruments and apparatus

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Images

  • A man discovering the physician Richmann after he has been killed by a bolt of lightning. Wood engraving by O. Jayher (?) after P. Valentin.
  • Patients consulting an obese quack. Watercolour painting by T. Rowlandson, 1807.
  • Price list of the Veedee, fitted cases, and of extra attachments designed for special uses / The Veedee Company.
  • Wellcome Historical Medical Museum, Wigmore Street, London: a display of instruments of torture and appliances for restraint of the insane. Photograph.
  • A surgery where all fantasy and follies are purged and good qualities are prescribed. Line engraving by Boulonnois, 16--.
  • The medical practitioner as Christ, angel, man and devil. Coloured engravings by J. Gelle after E. van Panderen.
  • A French hospital for wounded soldiers, World War I: an operating room with an anxious surgeon and fainting nurses. Colour lithograph after L. Ibels, 1916.
  • Crimean War: Florence Nightingale and her staff nursing a patient in the military hospital at Scutari. Coloured lithograph, c. 1855, by T. Packer after himself.
  • A French physician. Engraving by M. Darly, 1771.
  • The medical practitioner as Christ, angel, man and devil. Coloured engravings by J. Gelle after E. van Panderen.

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