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The perfect Halloween git.

Dissection of the superficial muscles of the right side of the head face neck thorax and arm. From a well developd male aged thirty-five years. The superficial lymphatic glands and vessels of the face and neck are drawn on the photograph to show their arrangement and position. This technique of drawing on top of a photograph is common among early historical medical images. Dissection of rt. Head face neck thorax arm

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Pleurocoelus Dinosaur Illustration Herbivore Water

Pleurocoelus Meaning Hollow Sided Vertebrae Was A Small Brachiosaurid Sauropod Dinosaur That Lived During The Early Cretaceous Period About 131 To 119 Million Years Ago. This Plant Eater Had A Long Neck Long Tail Bulky Body And A Small Narrow Head. Pleurocoelus Was About 30 Ft Long. Pleurocoelus Dinosaur Illustration Herbivore Water

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EPICOCCUM MITOSPORIC FUNGI MICROORGANISM COLONY MOLD

EPICOCCUM IS A DEMATIACEOUS MITOSPORIC MOULD WIDELY DISTRIBUTED AND COMMONLY ISOLATED FROM AIR SOIL AND FOODSTUFF. IT IS FOUND ALSO IN SOME ANIMALS AND TEXTILES. IT IS THE COMMON CAUSATIVE AGENT OF LEAF SPOTS OF VARIOUS PLANTS. THERE ARE NO DOCUMENTED CASES OF EPICOCCUM INFECTION IN HUMANS OR ANIMALS. EPICOCCUM IS OCCASIONALLY ISOLATED FROM CLINICAL SAMPLES. HOWEVER EPICOCCUM HAS NOT BEEN DOCUMENTED AS A PATHOGEN AND THESE ISOLATES ARE CONSIDERED AS CONTAMINANTS. EPICOCCUM MITOSPORIC FUNGI MICROORGANISM COLONY MOLD

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