Dissection of the thorax
Bell, Charles, Sir, 1774-1842
34 x 18 cm.
Dissection of the thorax. Ribs divided and reflected with the sternum to show heart and lungs. Anterior abdominal wall removed to show liver and omentum and stomach. Anterior view. 2 inset illustrations of valves within veins: internal jugular vein shown with subclavian vein, and subclavian vein shown with inferior vena cava.
Plate signed by the artist: C. Bell; and by the engraver: I. Beugo. Dated: Ap. 1798.
Part of the book: Bell, Charles, Sir, 1774-1842. A system of dissections : explaining the human body, the manner of displaying the parts, and their varieties in disease. The second edition. Edinburgh: Printed [by and] for Mundell and Son ...; and for J. Johnson ...; and Longman and Rees ..., London, 1799-1805.
Beugo, John, 1759-1841
ThoraxRibsHeartLungLiverOmentumJugular VeinsSubclavian VeinVena Cava, Inferior
A system of dissections : explaining the human body, the manner of displaying the parts, and their varieties in disease