Anatomy of the human eye and ear, published in 1861
Anatomy of the human eye and ear: 1) eye and eye socket, 2) eyeball (cross section, 3) eyeball with open sclera, 4) ear canals (cross section), 5) insulated inner hearing organs with earlobe, 6) open semicircular canals with cochlea, 7) ossicles, 8 ossicles (segmented), 9) open cochlea. Steel engravings, published in 1861.
'Vintage engraving of the human senses, icluding a view of the eyeball, section of mouth, Nose, Throat and Larynx, and the entire hearing apparatus.'
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Cross section illustration of the inner eye showing image upside down on retina and how nerve signals reaching the brain turn the image right side up
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