Plates of the Arteries

1813 The New England Journal of Medicine and Surgery and the Collateral Branches of Science  
Plates of the Arteries. Sometime since a beautiful set of plates of the arteries was published in London, under the title of Haller's Icones reduced. An ingenious gentleman of Boston has undertaken to engrave the same representations on wood. In doing this, he has not servilely copied the English work ; but taking that for his guide, he has carefully compared each of the plates with the original ones of Haller, in order to correct and improve those parts that are inaccurate and imperfect. A
more » ... imen of the result of his labours is presented with this number of the Journal, which will give the public an opportunity of judging of their merit. This is the smallest and least showy of the plates ; but neither this nor any of those hitherto executed are inferior in utility to the English plates, and will be sold at a less price. The whole number will be fifteen. The references, which are ex-
doi:10.1056/nejm181310010020414 fatcat:6va2ttj2bngmvomsmi6rmhfc3i