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Polytrichia (Iı̐uı̐Łliiı̐aı̐Ł Pastrana)

Mansurov, N. (Nikolai Porfir£evich), 1834-1892. Klinicheskii sbornik po dermatologii. - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Image of the corpse of Julia Pastrana. Pastrana died in childbirth while in Moscow in 1860. Anatomy professor Ivan M. Sokolov performed the autopsy and embalmed her body. Apparently a colleague alerted Mansurov to the autopsy photographs preserved at the Anatomy Institute of Moscow University Medical School, and he included it in a follow-up article on differences between "acquired" and "hereditary" polytrichia. Clinical Collection 2 [1887], facing pp. 24 and 40.

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<p>Image of the corpse of Julia Pastrana. Pastrana died in childbirth while in Moscow in 1860. Anatomy professor Ivan M. Sokolov performed the autopsy and embalmed her body. Apparently a colleague alerted Mansurov to the autopsy photographs preserved at the Anatomy Institute of Moscow University Medical School, and he included it in a follow-up article on differences between "acquired" and "hereditary" polytrichia. Clinical Collection 2 [1887], facing pp. 24 and 40.</p>
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Polytrichia (Iı̐uı̐Łliiı̐aı̐Ł Pastrana)

Mansurov, N. (Nikolai Porfir£evich), 1834-1892. Klinicheskii sbornik po dermatologii. - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Image of the corpse of Julia Pastrana. Pastrana died in childbirth while in Moscow in 1860. Anatomy professor Ivan M. Sokolov performed the autopsy and embalmed her body. Apparently a colleague alerted Mansurov to the autopsy photographs preserved at the Anatomy Institute of Moscow University Medical School, and he included it in a follow-up article on differences between "acquired" and "hereditary" polytrichia. Clinical Collection 2 [1887], facing pp. 24 and 40.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

ABSTRACT

Image of the corpse of Julia Pastrana. Pastrana died in childbirth while in Moscow in 1860. Anatomy professor Ivan M. Sokolov performed the autopsy and embalmed her body. Apparently a colleague alerted Mansurov to the autopsy photographs preserved at the Anatomy Institute of Moscow University Medical School, and he included it in a follow-up article on differences between "acquired" and "hereditary" polytrichia. Clinical Collection 2 [1887], facing pp. 24 and 40.

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