Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Created For = NAHSTE
Found in 96 Collections and/or Records:
A Colour Atlas of Avian Anatomy, Editor J McLelland, 1990 127pp. illus. London, Wolfe Publishing Ltd. #30. ISBN 0723415757 [Book Review], 1991
Identifier: Coll-33/Folio B 
Atlas of Avian Radiographic Anatomy. SA Smith and BJ Smith, 1992, 226 pp., illustrated. Philadelphia, WB Saunders Company. £43. ISBN 0 7216 3652 7. [book review], 1993
Scope and Contents Photograph of a Buff Orpington cock with several of its prize-winning points labelled. It was shown by Mr. W J Golding of Penhurst, Kent at the Bath and West show in the early/mid 20th century.
Identifier: EUA GD60
Scope and Contents Small volume containing lists of scholars (students), their masters (surgeons who they were apprenticed to) and fees paid. In addition there are some details of boarders (1722-1736). Folded inside the volume is a copy letter of 28 June 1945 from the donor, James Watt WS, to Lord Amulree, sent to Univerity Librarian, Lauriston William Sharp.
Scope and Contents The collection consists of 26 original drawings of skulls by James Hogarth Pringle. These are contained in an album. There is also a printed volume of reproductions of anatomical drawings by him.
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of circa 43 black and white photographs, many of them duplicated, of severed limbs and bones, the bodies in decomposition, skull and cranial features, foot casts, shoes and other personal effects. There are tracing paper sketches of skull dimensions, feet, and bone cross-sections.
Identifier: MS 166/ff. 253v-266r
Contents The final text contained in MS 166 is De anatomia vivorumThe treatise begins on f. 253v with the words, Medicorum anathomicos necesse est precognoscere quod humanum corpus cum sit compositum. It ends on f. 266r with: proximum est hepar et ita patet diversitas inter Galenum et Aristotelem. Explicit Anathomia.Finally, a colophon on f. 266r reads: In vitium verti...