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Coupes frontales chez la femme

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 view of woman's body, showing the specific parts: coupe frontale pre-orbitaire, coupe frontale juxta-orbitaire, coupe frontale medio-orbitaire, coupe frontale retro-orbitaire, coupe frontale extra-mamillaire, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire anterieure, segment posterieur, segment anterieur, coupe frontale passant la ligne axillaire moyeme, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire posterieure, segment anterieur, segment posterieur. 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. Planche 1.

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<p>Image of view of woman's body, showing the specific parts: coupe frontale pre-orbitaire, coupe frontale juxta-orbitaire, coupe frontale medio-orbitaire, coupe frontale retro-orbitaire, coupe frontale extra-mamillaire, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire anterieure, segment posterieur, segment anterieur, coupe frontale passant la ligne axillaire moyeme, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire posterieure, segment anterieur, segment posterieur. 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. Planche 1.</p>
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Coupes frontales chez la femme

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 view of woman's body, showing the specific parts: coupe frontale pre-orbitaire, coupe frontale juxta-orbitaire, coupe frontale medio-orbitaire, coupe frontale retro-orbitaire, coupe frontale extra-mamillaire, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire anterieure, segment posterieur, segment anterieur, coupe frontale passant la ligne axillaire moyeme, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire posterieure, segment anterieur, segment posterieur. 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. Planche 1.</p>
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Image of view of woman's body, showing the specific parts: coupe frontale pre-orbitaire, coupe frontale juxta-orbitaire, coupe frontale medio-orbitaire, coupe frontale retro-orbitaire, coupe frontale extra-mamillaire, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire anterieure, segment posterieur, segment anterieur, coupe frontale passant la ligne axillaire moyeme, segment anterieur, segment posterieur, coupe frontale passant par la ligne axillaire posterieure, segment anterieur, segment posterieur. 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. Planche 1.

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