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Publication dates of all IsisCB bibliographic records associated with Human anatomy.
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[Thesis] Wear, Andrew Contingency and logic in Renaissance anatomy.
[Thesis] Kornell, M.N. Artists and the study of anatomy in 16th century Italy.
[Article] Rebecca Whiteley (2019) Figuring Pictures and Picturing Figures: Images of the Pregnant Body and the Unborn Child in England, 1540–c.1680. Social History of Medicine (pp. 241-266).