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Dissection of the pregnant uterus, showing the foetus at nine months. Copperplate engraving by R. Strange after I.V. Rymsdyk, 1774, reprinted 1851.

Rymsdyk, Jan van, active 1750-1788.
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[1851]

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view Dissection of the pregnant uterus, showing the foetus at nine months. Copperplate engraving by R. Strange after I.V. Rymsdyk, 1774, reprinted 1851.

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Credit: Dissection of the pregnant uterus, showing the foetus at nine months. Copperplate engraving by R. Strange after I.V. Rymsdyk, 1774, reprinted 1851. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

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[London] : [Printed for the Sydenham society], [1851] (London : Day & Son)

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1 print : engraving ; sheet 69.7 x 50.5 cm

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I.V. Rymsdyk delint. ; R. Strange sculp. ; Foetus in utero, prout a natura positus, rescissis omnino parte uteri anteriori ac placenta ei adhoerente

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Wellcome Library no. 579806i

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  • Latin


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