Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) 3

Posted by – May 21, 2011

Jerry Hecht: Little girl getting new leg cast.

Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) 1
Images from the History of Medicine (IHM) 2

The injured child. Litograph by Bernard after Gervex.

Casimir Funk: Child with pellagra.

Attending Physician. Doctor in a circus tent attending to an injured dancer (detail).


A woman with pellagra lesions.

Viardel Cosme: Anatomical view of pregnant woman.

A. Kochar

Gautier D’Agoty: Anatomical drawing of pregnant woman.

W. Wilkie

Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Male toddler with measles.

Radiation effects, Japan, 1945.

George Stubbs

U.S. Army: Thomas M. England General Hospital, Atlantic City, N.J.: Amputee skating on the sundeck.

John Merrick: British medical journal, v. 2, London, 1886.

National Institute of Health (NIH): Unidentified Laboratory Photos.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID): Division of Infectious Diseases.

Charles Nicholas Jenty

Adrien Barrere

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