Biology by the Slice

German anatomist Christian Wilhelm Braune revolutionized the study of human anatomy in the 19th century with his painstaking drawings of sectioned cadavers.

By | January 3, 2013

The title page from Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas : nach Durchschnitten an gefrornen Cadavern

The title page from Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas : nach Durchschnitten an gefrornen Cadavern

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Images from Christian Wilhelm Braune's Topographisch-anatomischer Atlas, nach Durchschnitten an gefrornen Cadavern and Die Lage des Uterus und Foetus Ende der Schwangerschaft, nach durchschnitten an Gefrornen Cadavern., Leipzig : Verlag von Veit & Comp., 1872

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