Dissection of the perineal region following unsuccessful lithotomy
Dissection of the parts after death
Bell, John, 1763-1820
28 x 22 cm.
Post-mortem dissection of the perineal region following unsuccessful lithotomy. Perineum, penis, prostate, bladder, and anus shown. Bladder still contains a bladder calculus.
Plate signed by the artist: J. Bell; and by the engraver: W. Skelton. Dated: June 16th 1804,
Part of the book: Bell, John, 1763-1820. The principles of surgery. Edinburgh: Printed for T. Cadell, jun. & W. Davies ..., T. Longman & O. Rees ..., London; and W. Creech, P. Hill, and Manners and Miller ...,, 1801-1808.
Skelton, William, 1763-1848
Urologic Surgical ProceduresAutopsyBladder CalculiPenisProstateBladderAnusPerineum
The principles of surgery