Bourgery. Atlas D Anatomie Humaine Et De Chirurgie par J. M. Bourgery, J. M. Le Minor, Nicolas H. Jacob

Atlas of human anatomy and surgery. Ediz. multilingue
par J. M. Bourgery, J. M. Le Minor, Nicolas H. Jacob

Todos estamos en deuda con Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery (1797-1849). Su Atlas de Anatomía no sólo supuso un acontecimiento de enormes repercusiones en la historia de la medicina, sino que a día de hoy sigue siendo uno de los tratados anatómicos más completos que se hayan publicado nunca, y también uno de los más bellamente ilustrados. Bourgery empezó a trabajar en su magnífico atlas en 1830 en colaboración con el ilustrador Nicolas Henri Jacob (1782-1871), un alumno del pintor francés Jacques Louis David. Los primeros volúmenes se publicaron al año siguiente, pero completar el tratado requirió cerca de dos décadas de esfuerzos; Bourgery consiguió completar en vida su magna tarea, pero el último de los ocho volúmenes del tratado no se publicó en su totalidad hasta cinco años después de su muerte. Los ocho volúmenes cubren la anatomía descriptiva, la anatomía y técnicas quirúrgicas (con descripciones detalladas de casi todas las principales intervenciones que se realizaron durante la primera mitad del siglo XIX), la anatomía general, embriología y anatomía microscópica. Las espectaculares litografías coloreadas a mano son extraordinarias por su claridad, color y atractivo estético, ya que reflejan una combinación de observación directa en laboratorio e investigación ilustrativa. Estas imágenes, aún sin igual, ofrecen una excepcional aproximación a la anatomía, no sólo para los profesionales de la medicina, sino también para artistas, estudiantes y cualquier persona interesada en el funcionamiento y el milagro que es el cuerpo humano.

Atlas D’anatomie Humaine Et de Chirurgie : Édition Complète Des Planches Coloriées
par Jean Marc Bourgery, Nicolas Henri Jacob, Jean-Marie Le Minor, Henri Sick

Anatomically correct: Bourgery’s monumental and unsurpassed treatise We owe a great debt to Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery (1797-1849) for his Atlas of Anatomy, which was not only a massive event in medical history, but also remains one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical treatises ever published in any language. In 1830, having received his doctorate in medicine three years prior, Bourgery began work on his magnificent atlas in cooperation with illustrator Nicolas Henri Jacob (1782-1871), a student of the French painter Jacques Louis David. The first volumes were published the following year, but completion of the treatise required nearly two decades of dedication; Bourgery lived just long enough to finish his labor of love, but the last of the treatise’s eight volumes was not published in its entirety until five years after his death.

The four parts of Bourgery’s treatise cover descriptive anatomy, surgical anatomy and techniques (exploring in detail nearly all the major operations that were performed during the first half of the 19th century), general anatomy and embryology, and microscopic anatomy. Jacob’s spectacular hand-colored, life-size lithographs are remarkable for their clarity, color, and aesthetic appeal, reflecting a combination of direct laboratory observation and illustrative research; the images are to this day unsurpassed in anatomical illustration. Text in English, French, and German


Atlas D’anatomie Humaine Et de Chirurgie : Édition Complète Des Planches Coloriées
par Jean Marc Bourgery, Nicolas Henri Jacob, Jean-Marie Le Minor, Henri Sick

Anatomically correct: Bourgery’s monumental and unsurpassed treatise We owe a great debt to Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery (1797-1849) for his Atlas of Anatomy, which was not only a massive event in medical history, but also remains one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical treatises ever published in any language. In 1830, having received his doctorate in medicine three years prior, Bourgery began work on his magnificent atlas in cooperation with illustrator Nicolas Henri Jacob (1782-1871), a student of the French painter Jacques Louis David. The first volumes were published the following year, but completion of the treatise required nearly two decades of dedication; Bourgery lived just long enough to finish his labor of love, but the last of the treatise’s eight volumes was not published in its entirety until five years after his death.

The four parts of Bourgery’s treatise cover descriptive anatomy, surgical anatomy and techniques (exploring in detail nearly all the major operations that were performed during the first half of the 19th century), general anatomy and embryology, and microscopic anatomy. Jacob’s spectacular hand-colored, life-size lithographs are remarkable for their clarity, color, and aesthetic appeal, reflecting a combination of direct laboratory observation and illustrative research; the images are to this day unsurpassed in anatomical illustration. Text in English, French, and German


Atlas of Human Anatomy and Surgery
par Jean-Marie Le Minor, Henri Sick

Anatomically correct We owe a great debt to Jean Baptiste Marc Bourgery (1797?1849) for his Atlas of Anatomy, which was not only a massive event in medical history, but also remains one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical treatises ever published in any language. In 1830, having received his doctorate in medicine three years prior, Bourgery began work on his magnificent atlas in cooperation with illustrator Nicolas Henri Jacob (1782?1871), a student of the French painter Jacques Louis David. The first volumes were published the following year, but completion of the treatise required nearly two decades of dedication; Bourgery lived just long enough to finish his labor of love, but the last of the treatise’s eight volumes was not published in its entirety until five years after his death. The four parts of Bourgery’s treatise cover descriptive anatomy, surgical anatomy and techniques (exploring in detail nearly all the major operations that were performed during the first half of the 19th century), general anatomy and embryology, and microscopic anatomy. Jacob’s spectacular hand-colored, life-size lithographs are remarkable for their clarity, color, and aesthetic appeal, reflecting a combination of direct laboratory observation and illustrative research; the images are to this day unsurpassed in anatomical illustration. This reprint includes the complete color plates?726 in total?and will finally allow not only those in the medical field but also artists, students, and anyone interested in the study of the human body to appreciate this important historical work.

Atlas d’anatomie humaine
par Frank H. Netter

Depuis 25 ans, l’Atlas d’anatomie humaine Netter est l’atlas de référence internationale.
Le succès de cet ouvrage réside dans la qualité et la beauté du travail du Dr Netter. D’une part, dans la très grande qualité iconographique, scientifique et pédagogique des quelque 900 illustrations et, d’autre part, dans le choix des coupes anatomiques qui rendent compte du point de vue du clinicien.
De plus, le choix des couleurs, l’utilisation de la terminologie anatomique internationale, l’illustration par de nombreux clichés d’imagerie moderne (TDM et IRM) ainsi que des commentaires didactiques facilitent la compréhension et la mémorisation de l’anatomie humaine. L’ouvrage est divisé en huit sections, qui font chacune le tour complet d’une grande région anatomique.
Cette 6e édition, entièrement révisée, s’enrichit d’une vingtaine de nouvelles planches d’anatomie et d’imagerie et plus de la moitié des planches ont été révisées (légendes, dessins). À la fin de chaque section, un tableau récapitulatif des muscles donne pour chacun d’eux : le détail de son attache proximale et distale, son innervation, ses principales actions, sa vascularisation artérielle ainsi que son appartenance aux groupes musculaires.
L’Atlas d’anatomie humaine Netter est l’ouvrage de référence indispensable à tous les étudiants en médecine ; il les accompagnera durant toutes leurs études.

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