A set of injected preparations by the Austrian anatomist Josef Hyrtl

c. 1850

A set of injected preparations by the famous Austrian anatomist Josef Hyrtl. c. 1850

Injected preparations by Josef Hyrtl: Papillac tactus enormes. Taken fronm the sole of the foot of a gypsy, who never wore boots and Subcutaneous cellular tissue of a female mamma. Taken from a puerperal.

Each specimen is mounted on a paper-backed ebony tablet measuring 31 x 45 mm

Mahogany cased A set of injected preparations by the anatomist Josef Hyrtl. c. 1850

Josef Hyrtl (1810-1894)

In 1837, Josef Hyrtl (1810-1894) was appointed a professor of anatomy at University of Prague. In 1845, he held a professorship at the University of Vienna.

 

injected preparation of the muscular coating of the stomach seen under the microscope showing the arteries and veins in different colors.

An injected preparation under the microscope showing the arteries and veins in different colors. Evidently, this set was produced for the English market given the use of the English language.

Articles about Josef Hyrtl

An essay describing the life and work of Josef Hyrti

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