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A patient poking out his tongue and having his pulse taken by a physician. Watercolour by M. Anderson.

Cynicus, 1854-1932.
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1 painting : watercolour

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The end of the feast. Cynicus.

Publications note

Martin Edwards, 'Put out your tongue! The role of clinical insight in the study of the history of medicine', medical history, 2011, 55: 301-306, p. 302

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 21924i

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