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Astley Paston Cooper Ashhurst photograph collection

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Identifier: P-APCA
Scope and Contents This collection contains over 350 photographs of surgical techniques, practices, and cases which require surgery; orthopedic surgery patients; skiagraphs of fractured bones; and other related images. The majority of the images can be found in Ashhurst's Surgery; its principles and practice, for students and practitioners (1914).

Burton Alexander Randall record of anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: 10a 55
Scope and Contents One volume of illustrations and descriptions of 333 anatomical anomalies of the arterial system (204), muscular system (88), and nervous system (44) found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania. Includes summary chart at end. Submitted to H. Lenox Hodge, Demonstrator of Anatomy, for the Anatomical Prize.

Collection of dermatological illustrations and photographs

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Identifier: MSS 2/360
Overview This collection consists of over 1800 illustrations, engravings, and photographs of skin conditions taken from various sources (journals and books) and pasted on black paper, often with a description on the verso. Also included in this collection are an incomplete set of the Stereoscopic Skin Clinic stereograph cards by Selden Irwin Rainforth, 1910; and various dermatological stereograph cards with descriptions from Albert Niesser's Stereoskopischer Medizinischer Atlas, 1894-1911....

Guy Hinsdale record of anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: 10a 51
Scope and Contents One volume of illustrations and descriptions of anatomical anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania during the sessions 1879-1880 and 1880-1881. Submitted to H. Lenox Hodge, Demonstrator of Anatomy, for the Anatomical Prize.

John K. Foulkrod record of anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: 10a 56
Scope and Contents One volume describing 90 anatomical anomalies, each with colored illustration, found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania during the 1877-1878 session. Descriptions list subject’s gender, race, age, and condition. Includes colored plate at end.

John Marion Edgar record of anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: 10a 54
Scope and Contents One volume describing 113 anatomical anomalies, many with colored illustrations, found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania during the 1878-1879 session. Descriptions include gender, race, condition, and age of subject.

Joseph J. Bisbé record of anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: 10a 52
Scope and Contents One volume of illustrations and descriptions of anatomical anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania during the academic session 1875-1876. Depictions of the anomalous and normal states are drawn side by side. Each description mentions the name of the dissector, if known. Prominent dissectors include Profs. Lenox Hodge and Joseph Leidy.

Louis Philip Carbonell record of anomalies found in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania

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Identifier: Z10 14
Scope and Contents One volume of colored illustrations and one volume of accompanying notes detailing anatomical anomalies discovered in the dissecting rooms of the University of Pennsylvania during the 1877-1878 and 1878-1879 sessions. Illustrations depict normal and anomalous states side by side. Descriptions are dated and include subjects not illustrated.

Notes on the lectures of Alexander Monro

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Identifier: MSS 2/327
Overview The collection contains two manuscript volumes of notes, 1786 Jan. 12-[17]86 Apr. 5, taken by an unknown author of lectures given by Alexander Monro, 1737-1817. Alexander Monro held the chair of anatomy at the University of Edinburgh during the period the notes were recorded. The subjects discussed in the first volume of notes include general anatomy, jaundice, hernia, pregnancy, and teeth. The subjects covered in the second volume include teeth, surgery, hernia, dropsy, tumors, hair lip, ear,...

Oscar V. Batson photograph and illustration collection

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Identifier: P-BAT
Scope and Contents This collection consists of photographs, negatives, pencil drawings, and other images related to Dr. Oscar Batson's work. It was donated to the Mütter Museum by his wife, Mrs. Eleanor Batson, along with numerous medical instruments and pathological specimens. The collection of photographs was transferred to the Library on September 22, 2016.

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