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Title page in German of Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Titlepage

Chromolithograph of the cross-section of an adult male head and thorax of an individual facing to the left, exposing the brain, spinal column, moth, trachea, longs, heart and other organs and structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table IA

Chromolithograph of the cross-section of an adult male abdomen of an individual facing to the left, exposing the stomach, intestines, bladder, male reproductive system, and other organs and structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table IB

Chromolithograph of the cross-section of an adult female head and thorax of an individual facing to the right, exposing the brain, spinal column, moth, trachea, longs, heart, breast tissue, and other organs and structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table II

Chromolithograph of the cross-section of an adult male abdomen of an individual facing to the right, exposing the stomach, intestines, bladder, female reproductive system, and other organs and structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table [IIB]

Chromolithograph of the cross section of a human head just above the ears with the subject facing the bottom of the page and text labeling the different structures circling around the head like an aura, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table III

Chromolithograph of the cross section of a human head at the ears with the subject facing the top of the page and text labeling the different structures circling around the head like an aura, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table IV

Chromolithograph of the cross section of a human thorax at the top of the shoulders with the subject facing the top of the page and text labeling the different structures circling around the body like an aura, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table VII


Chromolithograph of the cross section of a human thorax at the shoulders with the subject facing the top of the page and text labeling the different structures circling around the body like an aura, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table VIII

Chromolithograph of the cross section of a human abdomen just at the bottom of the ribcage with the subject facing the top of the page and text labeling the different structures circling around the body like an aura, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table XIX

Chromolithograph of the cross section of the lower abdomen at the pelvis with the subject facing the viewer revealing the lower small intestines and pelvic bone and hip joints, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table XXI

Chromolithograph of cross-sections of the knee on the left and the foot on the right, showing the bones, muscles, cartilage and other structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table XXII

Chromolithograph of cross-sections of two legs at the thigh, one on top of the page, the other below, showing the muscles, bones, and other structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table XXIV

Chromolithograph cross-sections of the foot (sliced at the ankle) and the lower shin, showing the muscles, bones, and other structures, from Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas. Leipzig, 1867.

Table XXVII

Title page to the Supplement to Wilhelm Braune’s Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas, entitled Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Titlepage

Chromolithograph of a fully developed fetus viewed from the back, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table D


Chromolithograph of pregnant female body cross-section with the subject facing to the right, showing all structures and internal organs of the head, thorax, and abdomen, including empty womb nearly to term, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table A

Chromolithograph of pregnant female body cross-section with the subject facing to the left, showing all structures and internal organs of the head, thorax, and abdomen, including fetus in womb nearly to term, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table B (view1)

Chromolithograph of pregnant female body cross-section with the subject facing to the left, showing all structures and internal organs of the head, thorax, and abdomen, including fetus in womb nearly to term also in cross section, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table B (view2)


Chromolithograph of pregnant female body cross-section with the subject facing to the left, showing all structures and internal organs of the head, thorax, and abdomen, including fetus in womb nearly to term, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table C (view1)

Chromolithograph of pregnant female body cross-section with the subject facing to the left, showing all structures and internal organs of the head, thorax, and abdomen, including empty womb nearly to term, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table C (view2)

Chromolithograph of pregnant female body cross-section with the subject facing to the left, showing all structures and internal organs of the head, thorax, and abdomen, including fetus womb nearly to term also in cross-section, from Wilhelm Braune’s Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern, Leipzig, 1872.

Supplement Table C (view3)