Photomechanical reproduction of a woodcut illustration from Fasciculus medicinae, the first printed book to contain anatomical illustrations published in 1491. Fasciculus medicinae is a compendium of short medical texts with 10 full-page illustrations covering many medical topics including uroscopy. This image illustrates patients gathering around a physician holding up their urine samples in glass urine jars.
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