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  • Ambroise Paré, on the battlefield using a ligature for the artery of an amputated leg of a soldier. Wood engraving by Charles Maurand after E. Morin.
  • Laparotomy operation at the Broca hospital, Paris. Heliogravure by J. Heuse, 1901.
  • A surgeon treating an irate patient's wounded leg in his surgery assisted by two attendants. Engraving.
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • A surgeon is widening the chest wound of a soldier in order to remove an arrow, they are surrounded by a military encampment and a raging battle. Process print after a drawing by C. Maurer, c. 1594.
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • A surgeon is widening the chest wound of a soldier in order to remove an arrow, they are surrounded by a military encampment and a raging battle. Process print after a drawing by C. Maurer, c. 1594.
  • Six diagrams illustrating an operation for a prolapsed uterus or procidentia. Pen drawing.
  • A physician giving a medicine to a sick man in bed, and a surgeon, supervised by a physician, amputating the leg of seated patient, representing pharmacy and surgery respectively. Engraving, 1646.
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • 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.
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • A surgical operation in which the surgeon communicates by microphone with onlookers. Gouache by J. Pignone, ca. 1934.
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].
  • Surgical instruments used, and operations successfully carried out, by an English travelling operator claiming royal patronage. Line engraving, 16--.
  • Christ is circumcised in a crowded church. Engraving by A. Sadeler after J. Speckaert.
  • A surgeon amputating a patient's leg with a saw, he is being held in a particular position by two attendants. Engraving, 1738.
  • A surgeon extracting a guinea worm from a man's leg, in the background is a similar scene after a successful operation, a surgeon is holding a long worm. Photograph of a halftone after an engraving by J. Luyken.
  • The first use of ether in dental surgery, 1846. Oil painting by Ernest Board.
  • A verger's dream: Saints Cosmas and Damian performing a miraculous cure by transplantation of a leg. Oil painting attributed to the Master of Los Balbases, ca. 1495.
  • Germain Colot performing an operation for bladder stone. Coloured pencil drawing by A. Rivoulon.
  • The circumcision of Christ. Etching after G.F.M. Mazzola, il Parmigianino.
  • Christ is circumcised in a crowded church. Engraving by A. Sadeler after J. Speeckaert.
  • Six cross-sections through a foot. Coloured lithograph by M. Hanhart after C. Heath after J.B. Léveillé.
  • Anatomical figures (top); a physician takes the pulse of a sick man while the next two generations attend (bottom left); surgeons perform operations on a child and a woman. Etching by D. Berger, 1774, after D. Chodowiecki.
  • The circumcision of Christ. Etching by F. Bartolozzi after G.F. Barbieri, il Guercino.
  • Iconografia d'anatomia chirurgica e di medicina operatoria / [Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery].