MEDICINE
IMHOTEP
IMHOTEP
Egyptian architect and god of medicine (2667 BC-2648 BC)
IMHOTEP
MEDICINE BUDDHA
MEDICINE BUDDHA
Bhaisajyaguru, medicine Buddha Thangka
MEDICINE BUDDHA
ACUPUNCTURE MODEL
ACUPUNCTURE MODEL
wooden Chinese figure from the Ming Dynasty (late 17rth century)
ACUPUNCTURE MODEL
GREEK ASKLEPIOS
GREEK ASKLEPIOS
2nd century marble sculpture
GREEK ASKLEPIOS
AESCULAPIUS
AESCULAPIUS
2nd century Roman marble sculpture of the God of Medicine
AESCULAPIUS
SIGNET RING
SIGNET RING
Second century Roman gold ring with the image of Aesculapius.
SIGNET RING
ROMAN COINS
ROMAN COINS
Second century with images of Aesculapius. Hygea (his daughter), The Temple of Cos, the staff of Aesculapius, and a signet ring with Aesculapius (right)
ROMAN COINS
CADUCEUS
CADUCEUS
symbol of medicine since the early 20th century
CADUCEUS
ZODIAC
ZODIAC
The Anatomical Man and Woman, zodiac representation by the Limbourg brothers (1416)
ZODIAC
HIPPOCRATES
HIPPOCRATES
marble bust of the "Father of Medicine" (460-377 BC), sixth century BC
HIPPOCRATES
OATH OF HIPPOCRATES
OATH OF HIPPOCRATES
10th century Urbinas text
OATH OF HIPPOCRATES
EX-VOTO
EX-VOTO
From the Latin "vow made" these are votive offerings to a saint or divinity usually found in early churches as a sign of gratitude or a request.
EX-VOTO
DOCTOR'S MASK
DOCTOR'S MASK
paper-mache reproduction of the mask a physician would wear in early 16th century England
DOCTOR'S MASK
THE PLAGUE
THE PLAGUE
"The Triumph of Death" by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1562-1563)
THE PLAGUE
PLAGUE
PLAGUE
(closeup) "The Triumph of Death" by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1562-1563)
PLAGUE
PLAGUE COSTUME
PLAGUE COSTUME
17th century watercolor
PLAGUE COSTUME
CLAUDE GALEN
CLAUDE GALEN
the most influential physician in the history of medicine (120-200 AD)
CLAUDE GALEN
DE MOTU CORDIS
DE MOTU CORDIS
title page, by William Harvey (1628)
DE MOTU CORDIS
DE MOTU CORDIS
DE MOTU CORDIS
famous illustration of circulation
DE MOTU CORDIS
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
great author and Harvard professor of anatomy and physiology
OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
FOUNDING HOPKINS PHYSICIANS
FOUNDING HOPKINS PHYSICIANS
"The Four Doctors" portrait by John Singer Sargent (1905), (left) Drs. William Welsh, William Halsted, Wiliam Osler, Howard Kelly
FOUNDING HOPKINS PHYSICIANS
SIR WILLIAM OSLER
SIR WILLIAM OSLER
great Professor of Medicine at Johns Hopklins Hospital (1849-1919)
SIR WILLIAM OSLER
SIR WILLIAM OSLER
SIR WILLIAM OSLER
greatest modern physician
SIR WILLIAM OSLER
MEDICAL SCHOOL SCHEDULE
MEDICAL SCHOOL SCHEDULE
University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1885-1886 lecture schedule
MEDICAL SCHOOL SCHEDULE
CAUSES OF DEATH
CAUSES OF DEATH
London 1764-1765
CAUSES OF DEATH
LEPROSY
LEPROSY
sterioscope of leprosy by SI Rainforth (1910)
LEPROSY
LEPER COLONY
LEPER COLONY
Culion leper colony in the Philippines, 20th century
LEPER COLONY
LEPER COLONY COINS
LEPER COLONY COINS
coins form the Culion Leper Colony in the Philippines
LEPER COLONY COINS
SYPHILIS
SYPHILIS
"The Tragedy of Syphilis" by Richard Tennant Cooper (1910)
SYPHILIS
SYPHILIS
SYPHILIS
sterioscope of syphilis by SI Rainforth (1910)
SYPHILIS
CONGENITAL SYPHILIS
CONGENITAL SYPHILIS
daguerreotype (ca 1880)
CONGENITAL SYPHILIS
AORTIC ANEURISM
AORTIC ANEURISM
syphilitic aortic aneurism, Heliotype by H. Cruschmann (1894)
AORTIC ANEURISM
AORTIC ANEURISM
AORTIC ANEURISM
from "Anatomia Pathologique du corps Humain" by J Cruveilhier (1829-1835)
AORTIC ANEURISM
SINGING BOWL
SINGING BOWL
Tibetan medical singing bowl for treating heart disease (18th century)
SINGING BOWL
PHTHISIS
PHTHISIS
phthisis (tuberculosis) with pulmonary abscess by Richard Bright
PHTHISIS
POTT'S DISEASE
POTT'S DISEASE
tuberculosis of the spine (Pott's disease), daguerreotype (ca 1879)
POTT'S DISEASE
ROYAL TOUCH
ROYAL TOUCH
King Henry VI curing an individual with scrofula by his royal touch.
ROYAL TOUCH
TOUCH PIECE
TOUCH PIECE
English Jacobean touch piece used by King James I (1603-1625)
TOUCH PIECE
KING CHARLES II
KING CHARLES II
Used the Royal Touch piece to cure scrofula, from the Government Art Collection
KING CHARLES II
ROYAL TOUCH PIECE
ROYAL TOUCH PIECE
gold healing coin used by King Charles II (ca 1670)
ROYAL TOUCH PIECE
ROYAL TOUCH PASS
ROYAL TOUCH PASS
admission to a royal healing ceremony by King Charles II (ca 1670)
ROYAL TOUCH PASS
COW POX
COW POX
from "An Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the Variolae Vaccine" by Edward Jenner (1798)
COW POX
CUPPING HORN
CUPPING HORN
containing original Edward Jenner cowpox vaccine
CUPPING HORN
SMALLPOX
SMALLPOX
early 20th century
SMALLPOX
VACCINATION NEEDLES
VACCINATION NEEDLES
19th century vaccination lancets by Tiemann and Weiss
VACCINATION NEEDLES
VACCINATION
VACCINATION
18th century print of Edward Jenner
VACCINATION
VACCINATION
VACCINATION
Edward Jenner at St. Pancras by James Gillray (1802)
VACCINATION
TETANUS
TETANUS
from "The Anatomy and Philosophy of Expression" by Charles Bell (1874)
TETANUS
ENDOSCOPE
ENDOSCOPE
de Desormeaux, late 19th century from the museum of the Medical School in Paris
ENDOSCOPE
NORMAL LUNG
NORMAL LUNG
from "Traite complet d'anatomie de l'homme" by JM Bourgery (1866-1871)
NORMAL LUNG
PNEUMONIA
PNEUMONIA
from "Traite complet d'anatomie de l'homme" by JM Bourgery (1866-1871)
PNEUMONIA
LUNG GANGRENE
LUNG GANGRENE
by Richard Bright (ca 1830)
LUNG GANGRENE
SPITTOON
SPITTOON
mid 19th century spittoon for tubercular patients
SPITTOON
CERAMIC INHALER
CERAMIC INHALER
late 18th century double valved earthenware inhaler by S. Maw, Son, and Thompson
CERAMIC INHALER
CERAMIC INHALER
CERAMIC INHALER
hand-painted inhaler by Rorstrand, 19th century
CERAMIC INHALER
CERAMIC INHALER
CERAMIC INHALER
19th century Nelson-style earthenware inhaler by S. Maw and Son
CERAMIC INHALER
ASPIRATOR
ASPIRATOR
Potain's aspirator by Arnold and Son (ca 1880)
ASPIRATOR
ASPIRATOR
ASPIRATOR
Dieulafoy's Hospital aspirator (ca 1880)
ASPIRATOR
SNUFF BOTTLES
SNUFF BOTTLES
for the treatment of imbalanced humors, 19th-20th century
SNUFF BOTTLES
PUERPERAL FEVER
PUERPERAL FEVER
from "Anatomia Pathologique du corps Humain" by J Cruveilhier (1829-1835)
PUERPERAL FEVER
COQUILLA NUT
COQUILLA NUT
flea trap for the sick room
COQUILLA NUT
POMANDER
POMANDER
silver pomander to treat infectious diseases possibly from Tunisia, (1904)
POMANDER
FORMALDEHYDE GENERATOR
FORMALDEHYDE GENERATOR
19th century for the sick room
FORMALDEHYDE GENERATOR
NORMAL ANATOMY
NORMAL ANATOMY
pancreas and gall bladder from "Traite complet d'anatomie de l'homme" by JM Bourgery (1866-1871)
NORMAL ANATOMY
NORMAL COLON
NORMAL COLON
from "De lactibus sive lacteis venis" by Gaspar Asellius (1627)
NORMAL COLON
TYPHOID
TYPHOID
from "Anatomia Pathologique du corps Humain," by J Cruveilhier (1835-1842)
TYPHOID
TYPHOID
TYPHOID
from "Anatomia Pathologique du corps Humain" by J Cruveilhier (1835-1842)
TYPHOID
CIRRHOSIS
CIRRHOSIS
from "Anatomia Pathologique du corps Humain" by J Cruveilhier (1835-1842)
CIRRHOSIS
CHOLANGITIS
CHOLANGITIS
from "Traite complet d'anatomie de l'homme" by JM Bourgery (1866-1871)
CHOLANGITIS
TB LIVER ABSCESS
TB LIVER ABSCESS
from "Anatomia Pathologique du corps Humain" by J Cruveilhier (1835-1842)
TB LIVER ABSCESS
MALIGNANCY
MALIGNANCY
from "Traite complet d'anatomie de l'homme" by JM Bourgery (1866-1871)
MALIGNANCY
RECTAL SPECULA
RECTAL SPECULA
by Aloe, latter 19th century
RECTAL SPECULA
USE OF A CLYSTER
USE OF A CLYSTER
by an unknown French artist (ca 1700)
USE OF A CLYSTER
AFRICAN ENEMA
AFRICAN ENEMA
early 20th century
AFRICAN ENEMA
CLYSTERS
CLYSTERS
enema sets with a French irrigator eguisier (19th century)
CLYSTERS
ENEMA SET AND CLYSTER
ENEMA SET AND CLYSTER
enama set with gastric tube by Maw and Son (ca 1860), 18th century clyster below
ENEMA SET AND CLYSTER
TOBACCO ENEMA
TOBACCO ENEMA
tobacco enema set by Evans and Co. (ca 1780)
TOBACCO ENEMA
TOBACCO ENEMA
TOBACCO ENEMA
Used to revive drowning victims in London by the use of rectal nicotene.
TOBACCO ENEMA
SYRINGE WITH NEEDLES
SYRINGE WITH NEEDLES
Late 19th century
SYRINGE WITH NEEDLES
CANE COMPENDIUM
CANE COMPENDIUM
19th century physician's walking stick with syringe and scalpels.
CANE COMPENDIUM
POMANDER
POMANDER
19th century physician's walking stick for placing fragrances to protect against airborn diseases.
POMANDER
BEDPAN
BEDPAN
American pewter bedpan (ca 1777)
BEDPAN
BED PAN
BED PAN
ceramic slipper bedpan (ca 1870)
BED PAN
ECRASEUR
ECRASEUR
Edward's ivory ecraseur, mid 19th century
ECRASEUR
HEMORRHOID CLAMP
HEMORRHOID CLAMP
ivory clamp by Arnold and Sons (ca 1860)
HEMORRHOID CLAMP
NURSING BOTTLE
NURSING BOTTLE
pewter feeding bottle with nipple, early 19th century
NURSING BOTTLE
PAP BOAT
PAP BOAT
boat-shaped earthenware type, 19th century
PAP BOAT
PAP BOAT
PAP BOAT
silver 19th century pap boat
PAP BOAT
FEEDING SPOON
FEEDING SPOON
spoon with straw, ca 1860
FEEDING SPOON
GIBSON'S SPOON
GIBSON'S SPOON
silver Gibson's spoon, early 19th century
GIBSON'S SPOON
FEEDING STRAW
FEEDING STRAW
silver feeding straw, 19th century
FEEDING STRAW
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
doctors promoting smoking in the mid 20th century
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
early 20th century
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
ca 1930
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
mid 20th century
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
ENT physiician promoting smoking in Collier's Magazine (1931)
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
woman ENT physician promoting smoking in Life Magazine (1946)
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
ENT promoting smoking, mid 19th century
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
"Dr. Welby" promoting smoking
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
athletes for smoking (ca 1946)
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE LIGHTER
CIGARETTE LIGHTER
distributed to the military during WWII
CIGARETTE LIGHTER
NO-TO-BAC
NO-TO-BAC
advertising, early 20th century
NO-TO-BAC
NO-TO-BAC
NO-TO-BAC
early 20th century tin
NO-TO-BAC
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
micronite ("safe" filter with asbestos) advertising (ca 1954)
CIGARETTE ADVERTISING
CANCER PROTECTION
CANCER PROTECTION
the Smoke Cancerler to protect from throat and lung cancer early 20th century
CANCER PROTECTION
LEAD PAINT
LEAD PAINT
mid 20th century
LEAD PAINT
LEAD PAINT ADVERTISING
LEAD PAINT ADVERTISING
mid 20th century
LEAD PAINT ADVERTISING
LEAD PAINT ADVERTISING
LEAD PAINT ADVERTISING
from Saturday Evening Post
LEAD PAINT ADVERTISING
ASBESTOS ADVERTISING
ASBESTOS ADVERTISING
early 20th century
ASBESTOS ADVERTISING
ASBESTOS ADVERTISING
ASBESTOS ADVERTISING
mid 20th century
ASBESTOS ADVERTISING
HAT ADVERTISING
HAT ADVERTISING
mercury used in the manufacture, 19th century
HAT ADVERTISING
FATTY MEAL
FATTY MEAL
meat advertising, mid 20th century
FATTY MEAL
EXERCISING
EXERCISING
19th century rehabilitation
EXERCISING
PHYSICAL THERAPY
PHYSICAL THERAPY
early 20th century rehab
PHYSICAL THERAPY
PHYSICAL THERAPY
PHYSICAL THERAPY
early 20th century rehab
PHYSICAL THERAPY
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