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Skeleton: Anterior view. With details of hand and foot. With key.
Spine, Ribs and Pelvis: With details of vertebra and rib. Plate LXXVI
Shoulder and forearm: Anterior view of shoulder and bicep, lateral view of forearm and hand with muscles, arteries and veins. Plate XX.
Brain: Cerebrum (a), Cerebellum (B), Pia Mater (E) Crurra Cerebi (G) and nerves and arteries. Plate LXIV
Neck, jaw and skull: Ligaments, nerves and muscles. Two diagrams. Plate LXXII.
Male Posterior musculature. With Key.
Brain: Cerebrum and Durer mater. Plate LXIX
Skeleton: Posterior view of a gesturing skeleton.
Sensory System: Diagrams of the eye and ear.
Ankle and foot: Anterior view of muscles and ligaments with two details of ankle joint. Plate LIV
Arms and Legs: Diagrams of the arm and leg bones.
Heart: Five views of the exterior and interior of the heart and its place in the body. Plate X.
Skeleton and fourth order of muscles by Jan Wandelaar: Anterior view with Clara, the Indian Rhinoceros.
Lateral dissection from neck to groin. Detailing ribs and intestines.
Calf, ankle and foot: Anterior view of arteries, veins, nerves and muscles. Plate XXVIII.
Skeleton: Male anterior skeleton. With Key.
Lateral dissection from neck to groin. Detailing internal organs including the heart.
Skeleton and fourth order of muscles by Jan Wandelaar: Posterior view with Clara, the Indian Rhinoceros.
Myology: Four anterior and posterior figures showing the third and fourth muscle layers.
Back and Neck: External Oblique muscles. Plate XXXIII.
Myology: Male Anterior musculature. With Key.
Stomach and Intestines: Educational study of the stages of disease in the stomach and intestines of habitual drinkers.
Sound and Hearing (1-6), Ear (7), Musical Sounds (8-9), Musical Instruments (10-20). With Key.
Tibia, Fibula, foot and toes: Anterior view of muscles and ligaments with detail of ankle joint Plate LII.
Ear: Muscles, cartilage and tubes. Eight diagrams. Plate LXXVII
Brain: Diagram with key after the first neuroanatomist Humphrey Ridley
Epidermis, dermis and hypodermis: Educational study with further anatomical diagrams including the capillary system.
Cardiovascular and Central Nervous Systems: Educational study of a male with key to nerves, veins, arteries and muscles.
Brain: Hemispheres of the Cerebrum (A), Tentorium Cerebelli (D), Dura Mater (Y) and Sinus (X) Plate LVII
Heart, Pericardium and Lungs: Showing the pulmonary artery and aorta. Plate IX
Legs. Showing veins on the front and back of legs.