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Anatomy of the Humane Body by Cheselden, W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// A Brief Treatise of the Anatomy of Humane Bodies.
in a New Method. Demonstrating the Circulation of the Blood. from the Pressure of the Atmosphere. by Hen. Nicholson by Henry Nicholson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// Get this from a library. The anatomy of humane bodies improv'd, according to the circulation of the blood, and all the modern discoveries.
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Long Health Sciences Library is pleased to announce the digitization of another of our classic anatomy texts, this time the 2nd () edition of William Cowper’s The Anatomy of Humane Bodies (and, no, that’s not a typo but The Anatomy of Humane Bodies, with Figures Drawn after the Life by the Best Masters in Europe Illustrated with Large Explications, Containing Many New Anatomical Discoveries, and Chirurgical Observations.
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in One Hundred and Forteen [sic] Copper Plates. to Which Is Added an Introduct (Hardback or Cased Book) Cowper, William Published by Gale Ecco, Print Editions 4/25/ ()?an. The anatomy of humane bodies: with figures drawn after the life by some of the best masters in Europe, and curiously engraven in one hundred and fourteen copper plates, illustrated with large explications, containing many new anatomical discoveries, and chirurgical observations: to which is added an introduction explaining the animal oeconomy, with a copious index William Cowper, The Anatomy of Humane Bodies, Born in Petersfield, Sussex, William Cowper () began practicing surgery in London in His work The Anatomy of Humane Bodies, considered to be a great act of medical plagiarism, used plates drawn by Gérard de Lairesse and published in Govard Bidloo’s book, Anatomia Humani :// Portrait of William Cowper, Frontispice, Anatomy of Humane Bodies.
Cowper’s Anatomy was instrumental in changing the standard approach to the study of anatomy and the practice of surgery. The book is extraordinarily large in size, measuring approximately 36 by 56 centimetres and weighing approximately 9.