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Lithograph by J. Akin from James Carey, post mortem examination

Akin, James, ca. 1773-1846. Facts connected with the life of James Carey - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

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James Akins made this illustration at Carey's postmortem examination in Philadelphia on June 5, 1838. It bears Akin's attestation that attending physicians approved his anatomical representation of Carey's ambiguous genitals. Facts, after p. 8.

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<p>James Akins made this illustration at Carey's postmortem examination in Philadelphia on June 5, 1838. It bears Akin's attestation that attending physicians approved his anatomical representation of Carey's ambiguous genitals. Facts, after p. 8.</p>
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Lithograph by J. Akin from James Carey, post mortem examination

Akin, James, ca. 1773-1846. Facts connected with the life of James Carey - Bethesda, MD : U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Health & Human Services, 2010

<p>James Akins made this illustration at Carey's postmortem examination in Philadelphia on June 5, 1838. It bears Akin's attestation that attending physicians approved his anatomical representation of Carey's ambiguous genitals. Facts, after p. 8.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 online resource (1 image)

ABSTRACT

James Akins made this illustration at Carey's postmortem examination in Philadelphia on June 5, 1838. It bears Akin's attestation that attending physicians approved his anatomical representation of Carey's ambiguous genitals. Facts, after p. 8.

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