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Doyen, Eugene-Louis, 1859-1916. Atlas d'anatomie topographique - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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Image of frontal view of man's face showing lines of incision. Issued in seven installments by the flamboyant Parisian surgeon Eugene-Louis Doyen (1859-1916), this atlas of 279 "heliotyped" photographic plates of cross-sectioned bodies was a radical departure from past practice. Atlas d'anatomie topographique.

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<p>Image of frontal view of man's face showing lines of incision. Issued in seven installments by the flamboyant Parisian surgeon Eugene-Louis Doyen (1859-1916), this atlas of 279 "heliotyped" photographic plates of cross-sectioned bodies was a radical departure from past practice. Atlas d'anatomie topographique.</p>
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Coupe frontales de la face

Doyen, Eugene-Louis, 1859-1916. Atlas d'anatomie topographique - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>Image of frontal view of man's face showing lines of incision. Issued in seven installments by the flamboyant Parisian surgeon Eugene-Louis Doyen (1859-1916), this atlas of 279 "heliotyped" photographic plates of cross-sectioned bodies was a radical departure from past practice. Atlas d'anatomie topographique.</p>
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Image of frontal view of man's face showing lines of incision. Issued in seven installments by the flamboyant Parisian surgeon Eugene-Louis Doyen (1859-1916), this atlas of 279 "heliotyped" photographic plates of cross-sectioned bodies was a radical departure from past practice. Atlas d'anatomie topographique.

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