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A system of anatomical plates of the human body : accompanied with descriptions, and physiological, pathological & surgical observations / [by] John Lizars.

  • Lizars, John, 1787?-1860
Date
1823-1826
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Also known as

Lizars' anatomical plates

Publication/Creation

Edinburgh ; London ; Dublin : W. H. Lizars, D. Lizars : S. Highley : W. Curry, 1823-1826.

Physical description

12 parts in 2 volumes : illustrations ; 22 cm

Notes

This has been reprinted with two contents lists, one with, the other without, plate references; the former is bound with pt. iv
Last page of pt. 1 has note that pt. ii is 'preparing for the press'
Pts. ii-xii are reissues, with addition of indexes to plates (i in pt. iv, ii-iii in pt. iii)
The 'Observations' to pt. iii (with blank leaf and errata slip at end) are in pt. ix as issued
Separate title page for each part
Title-page vignettes
Pt. 1: xii, 144 , xiii p., pt. 2: xix, 71 p. ; pt. 3: xxv, 209 p.; pt. 4: xiv, 43 p. ; pt. 5: xii, 137 p. ; pt. 6: xvii, 219 p. ; pt. 7: xii, 18, 5, ix, 65, 6 p. ; pt. 9 : xix, 107 p. ; pt. 10: x, 66, [1] p. ; pt. 11: xix, 102 p. ; pt. 12: vii, 34, 6 p
Spine title: "Lizars' anatomical plates"

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Includes indexes and bibliographical references

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  • English


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This material has been provided by King’s College London. The original may be consulted at King’s College London.

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