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January 02, 2009

Historical Anatomies on the Web


Whether looking for anatomical illustrations to bolster your medical and biological studies or in preparation for your figure drawing class, the National Library of Medicine provides the Historical Anatomies on the Web. The collection while relatively small still offers many historical highlights such as Andreas Vesalius and Albrecht Dürer.

From the Historical Anatomies site, you can also access the National Library of Medicine site, History of Medicine, and National Institutes of Health sites from the header bar.

Posted by hthrlowe at January 2, 2009 03:18 PM

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