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sutured-infection:

Bock Steger Lips plaster anatomical head, c. 1900

(Alex Peck Antique Medical Instruments)

kristinmountillustration:

New post on my anatomy blog! Muscles of the anterior torso, featuring the lovely work of my Advanced Anatomy student Justine Herrera.

kristinmountillustration:

New post on my anatomy blog! Muscles of the anterior torso, featuring the lovely work of my Advanced Anatomy student Justine Herrera.

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archiemcphee:

Japanese artist Masao Kinoshita creates awesome painted fiberglass anatomical sculptures depicting subjects who have no skin. Some of the most impressive examples of his work depict deities such as Ganesha or the Yoga Asura. Their stylized musculature and skeletons are beautifully posed and incredibly detailed.

We already thought Kewpie Dolls were wonderfully creepy things, but Kinoshita’s version, entitled Q, takes that inherent creepiness to a whole new level.

Visit Masao Kinoshita’s website to view more of his fascinating sculptures.

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cjohnstonbioart:

Muscles of the Rotator Cuff (WIP)

The muscles of the rotator cuff are some of the primary movers and stabilizers of the shoulder joint.

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mucholderthen:

Anatomical Illustrations of the Head and Neck
By Elisa Schorn, ca. 1900
From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University

Anatomy 1900 set

Anatomical drawings from the collection of the University of Heidelberg, made ​​by artist Elisa Schorn for Brouse professor of medicine in 1900.

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