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  • Surgical instruments and patients undergoing treatment. Engraving with etching.
  • A surgeon setting a leg with the aid of three assistants, observed by onlookers, in front of walls on which various surgical instruments are arranged. Engraving by Jacob van Meurs, 1657.
  • The dissection of a young, beautiful woman directed by J. Ch. G. Lucae (1814-1885) in order to determine the ideal female proportions. Chalk drawing by J. H. Hasselhorst, 1864.
  • Surgical instruments. Pen and ink drawing, 1850/1910?.
  • Surgical instruments, including lancets, saws and forceps, made by Isaac Grenier; advertising his goods for sale. Etching by H. Neutte [?], 1698.
  • Surgical instruments for the treatment of hernias. Engraving by E. Mitchell.
  • Le chirurgie françoise recueillie des antiens médecins et chirurgiens. Avec plusieurs figures des instrumens necesseres pour l'opération manuelle / Par Iacques Guillemeau.
  • Couching instruments. Engraving by Thomas Jefferys.
  • Le chirurgie françoise recueillie des antiens médecins et chirurgiens. Avec plusieurs figures des instrumens necesseres pour l'opération manuelle / Par Iacques Guillemeau.
  • Eleven decorated initials from the Basel 1555 edition of Andreas Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica. Woodcuts, 1555.
  • Personifications of medicine, pharmacy and surgery. Oil painting after (?) Nicolas de Larmessin.
  • A woman surgeon and her assistant cupping a patient. Oil painting after Cornelis Dusart.
  • An anatomical dissection of the abdomen of a cadaver, seen in a foreshortened view. Aquatint by R. Perrette, 1904.
  • Surgical instruments and patients undergoing treatment. Engraving with etching.
  • Surgical instruments, spatulas and syringes. Engraving by E. Mitchell.
  • Le chirurgie françoise recueillie des antiens médecins et chirurgiens. Avec plusieurs figures des instrumens necesseres pour l'opération manuelle / Par Iacques Guillemeau.
  • Ancient anatomists in discussion around a cadaver. Engraving by G. Appelmans, 1674.
  • 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.
  • Personifications of medicine, pharmacy and surgery. Oil painting after (?) Nicolas de Larmessin.
  • Surgical instruments. Engraving with etching.
  • Two physicians applying the method of cauterisation to clearly defined points of the back and side of two patients. Pen drawing after an Anglo Saxon tenth century manuscript.
  • Surgery: instruments to perform a mastectomy. Engraving with etching by A.J. Defehrt after L.-J. Goussier.
  • Above, surgical instruments used in lithotomy; below, logarythms. Engraving with etching by T. Jefferys.
  • 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.
  • Surgical instruments including scalpels and tourniquets. Engraving.
  • Surgery: instruments for the amputation of limbs, including chisels and needles. Engraving with etching by B.L. Prevost after Louis-Jacques Goussier.
  • Left, anal fistulas and instruments for their treatment; right, instruments to perform sutures on tendons. Engraving with etching.
  • Surgical instruments. Engraving with etching.
  • An allegorical figure wearing a large variety of surgical instruments including some on his head and hands. Etching after an engraving by N. de Larmessin, 1695.