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William H. Bell, Successful Intermediate Excision of the Head and Three Inches of the Shaft of Right Humerus for Gunshot Fracture, 1861-1866, Albumen silver print, J. Paul Getty Museum, Object number: 84.XO.1365.8, LL/62934
327.01   Introduction to medical photography
327.02   John Kirk: Turkey: B.H. Renkioi
327.03   Charles Nègre: Vincennes Imperial Asylum (1859)
327.04   Nadar: Hermaphrodite
327.05   Dr Guillaume-Amant Duchenne de Boulogne and Adrien Tournachon: Mécanisme de la physionomie humaine, ou analyse électrophysiologique des passions (1876)
327.06   Dr. A. de Montmeja: Revue Photographique des Hopitaux de Paris (1869-?)
327.07   A. Hardy and A. de Montméja: Clinique Photographique de l'hopital Saint-Louis
327.08   A. Hardy and A. de Montméja: Clinique Photographique des Maladies de la Peau (1882)
327.09   Balmanno Squire: A Manual of the Diseases of the Skin (1862)
327.10   Edward Bierstadt: Photographic Illustrations Of Skin Diseases (1864)
327.11   George A. Otis: Photographs of Surgical Cases and Specimens (1867 or later)
327.12   R.B. Bontecou: Surgical injuries and their treatment during the American Civil War
327.13   William H. Bell: Medical injuries during the American Civil War
327.14   Photographic Review of Medicine and Surgery (1870-?)
327.15   Christiano Júnior: Elephantiasis (ca 1866)
327.16   Oscar Gustave Rejlander: The Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals (London, 1872).
327.17   Jules Bernard Luys: Les Emotions chez les sujets en état d'hypnotisme (1887)
327.18   Photographic Illustrations of Skin Diseases (1881)
327.19   Professor A. Neisser (author): Stereoscopischer Medicinischer Atlas (1895)
327.20   George Henry Fox: Photographic Atlas of the Diseases of the Skin in Four Volumes (1905)
327.21   Dr. Max Cohn (author): Atlas der Röntgenstereoskopie (ca 1920)
327.22   Edinburgh University Stereoscopic Anatomy Series: The Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy by Waterston and Burnet, a set of stereoscopic slides mounted on explanatory cards (1905 or later)
327.23   Friedrich Heiderich: Stereoskopische Bilder zur Gehirn-Schädel-Topographie (1920)
327.24   Lejaren à Hiller: Surgery through the Ages
327.25   Jean-Philippe Charbonnier: Psychiatric hospitals (1954)
327.26   W. Eugene Smith: Minamata
327.27   Pino Musi: _ 08 : 08 Operating Theatre
327.28   Introduction to hospitals
327.29   Early medical operations and surgery
327.30   Dentistry and dentists
327.31   France: Aix-les-Bains: Thermal spa
Medical conditions
327.32   Sideshow performers, living museums and circus acts
327.33   Conjoined twins
327.34   Ranger & Austen: Clairvoyant Medical Examinations - Buffum & Cleveland
327.35   Karl Wessely: Eye conditions and injuries (1931)
327.36   Florence Nightingale
327.37   Mary Seacole
327.38   Major General Henry Barnum
327.39   Private George Lemon
327.40   Picturing disability
327.41   Wilhelm Konrad Röntgen: X-rays
327.42   X-rays of the hand
Medical imaging
327.43   Contemporary medical imaging
327.44   National Library of Medicine: Visible human project
327.45   Alexander Tsiaras: Books
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