In the last year or so, the image of the patient has become increasingly popular, as evidenced by the rise of social media.
It is a relatively recent phenomenon, but the image has long been associated with the medical profession and has a long history of use as a visual reference for medical images.
This article looks at some of the best images of the human body from various fields of medicine and examines how the image is used in art, film and literature.1.
The Eye in the Image of the Eye, by Henry George (1869)1.
Dr. George shows how a person’s eye is made from three parts: the pupil, cornea and iris.
This image is taken from his book The Colour of the Night, published in 1869.
This is the first medical image to feature the pupil in a clear way, which is a very important aspect of eye care.2.
The Heart in the Eye of the Heart, by George Balfour (1882)2.
This picture of a human heart shows its anatomy, its veins, arteries, and arteries in relation to each other.
It was a famous image from the early 20th century, and was widely circulated.3.
The Spine in the Heart of the Woman in the Mirror, by Georges-Louis Dumas (1897)3.
This portrait shows the spine of a woman.
This photograph is the most famous image of a person being looked at by a mirror in modern times.4.
The Head in the Window, by Jean Léon (1878)4.
This famous photograph shows the head of a man in front of a window in the early 19th century.
It became a standard photograph of men and women for many years.5.
The Shoulders in the Picture of a Man, by Mary Davenport (1883)5.
This photo is of Mary Davon, who was the first woman to photograph herself.
She did not pose in front or behind the mirror but was sitting in a chair.
It may be one of the most iconic images of women in the history of photography.6.
The Face in the Camera, by James Joyce (1916)6.
This modern image of an actor standing in front a camera was popularised in Hollywood films and television.
The image has a strong link to the art of painting, which was inspired by the image.7.
The Ear in the Body of a Woman, by David Wainwright (1922)7.
This close-up of a female ear shows the structure of the ear.
It has a central canal, and its width and depth are shown.8.
The Brain in the Brain of a Dog, by John Ruskin (1879)8.
This painting shows the brain in a dog’s head.
This was a very controversial picture, but has become an iconic image of art and science.9.
The Tail in the Tail of a Horse, by William Blake (1926)9.
This illustration of the tail of a horse shows the tail as it moves along a trail.
This drawing has been used in advertising campaigns and films.10.
The Eyes in the Eyes of a Child, by Dora Millet (1884)10.
This classic painting of a child’s eyes shows the pupil of the pupil.
The pupil is very prominent, as it is seen in this photograph of a young girl.11.
The Arms in the Hand of a Young Woman, By Robert Graves (1875)11.
This 18th century photograph of the arms of a mother and child in the hand is a classic example of the art and scientific study of human anatomy.12.
The Foot in the Foot of a Pig, by Charles Darwin (1872)12.
This 17th century painting shows a pig’s foot in a field.13.
The Mouth in the Mouth of a Goat, by Jules Verne (1911)13.
This French painting of an animal mouth was famous for its description of the anatomy of a particular animal.14.
The Throat in the Throat of a Cow, by Claude Monet (1909)14.
This engraving of the head in the throat of a cow shows the shape of the throat.15.
The Skin on the Body in a Glass of Wine, by Michelangelo (1634)15.
This 16th century drawing of a naked woman shows the form of her skin.
This works as a striking example of art.16.
The Arm in the Arm of a Sheep, by Leonardo da Vinci (1499)16.
This 15th century Italian painting shows an arm of a sheep, and a man is standing over it.17.
The Leg in the Leg of a Lion, by Vasily Grossman (1885)17.
This 20th-century picture of an elephant shows a leg with its back bent.18.
The Butt in the Butt of a Bull, by Thomas Hobbes (1788)18. This