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Johannes Gutenberg in his workshop, . Private Collection. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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Johannes Gutenberg in his workshop, . Private Collection. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
Richelieu and his cats, ca 1868. Private Collection. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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Richelieu and his cats, ca 1868. Private Collection. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
Schumann's melodies: Solitude, 1882. Private Collection. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
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Schumann's melodies: Solitude, 1882. Private Collection. ©Fine Art Images / Heritage / The Image Works
flamingo, Phoenicopterus ruber, bird, birds, 1827 - 1838, class of birds, Aves, order Flamingos, Phoenicopteriformes, family Flamingos, Phoenicopteridae, genus Phoenicopterus, species Cuba flamingo, Scientific name Phoenicopterus ruber, Linnaeus 1758, en Greater flamingo, for Flamant rose
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flamingo, Phoenicopterus ruber, bird, birds, 1827 - 1838, class of birds, Aves, order Flamingos, Phoenicopteriformes, family Flamingos, Phoenicopteridae, genus Phoenicopterus, species Cuba flamingo, Scientific name Phoenicopterus ruber, Linnaeus 1758, en Greater flamingo, for Flamant rose
Chicago, Illinois. 1890s. Child victim of serial killer H. H. Holmes. Holmes fitted the trunk with a hose from a gas jet in the wall to a hole in the trunk.  ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
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Chicago, Illinois. 1890s. Child victim of serial killer H. H. Holmes. Holmes fitted the trunk with a hose from a gas jet in the wall to a hole in the trunk. ©Atlas Archive / The Image Works
BAYCHIMO ON ICEBERG - The cargo ship Baychimo lost in 1931, is seen stranded on an iceberg by Eskimos in 1936  ©Mary Evans Picture Library / The Image Works
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BAYCHIMO ON ICEBERG - The cargo ship Baychimo lost in 1931, is seen stranded on an iceberg by Eskimos in 1936 ©Mary Evans Picture Library / The Image Works
17th century - Map of the Port of La Havana (Cuba), 1646, Dutch engraving.  ©Mithra - Index/The Image Works
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17th century - Map of the Port of La Havana (Cuba), 1646, Dutch engraving. ©Mithra - Index/The Image Works
Illustration of the areas in the brain involved in the process of depression. Lessening in volume and activity of the prefrontal cortex (emotions, planning and social behaviour) and the hippocampus (memorization and mood control), hyperactivity of the amygdala (controlling anxiety and hypersensitivity). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the areas in the brain involved in the process of depression. Lessening in volume and activity of the prefrontal cortex (emotions, planning and social behaviour) and the hippocampus (memorization and mood control), hyperactivity of the amygdala (controlling anxiety and hypersensitivity). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of intestinal flora upon contact with the intestine’s epithelial cells. Intestinal flora consists of bacteria (good bacteria) which facilitate digestion, stimulate the immune system and strengthen the intestinal barrier. Shown here is an imbalance between the bad bacteria, Clostridium and Desulfovibrio (green and blue), which are greater in number and the good, lactobacillae (pink). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of intestinal flora upon contact with the intestine’s epithelial cells. Intestinal flora consists of bacteria (good bacteria) which facilitate digestion, stimulate the immune system and strengthen the intestinal barrier. Shown here is an imbalance between the bad bacteria, Clostridium and Desulfovibrio (green and blue), which are greater in number and the good, lactobacillae (pink). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration showing Lasik, laser-eye surgery, which treats myopia, astigmatism, hyperopia and presbyopia. -Image 1, the first laser cuts a flap in the cornea. -Image 2, the second laser remodels the cornea to correct the pathology. -Image 3, the flap is put back in place. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration showing Lasik, laser-eye surgery, which treats myopia, astigmatism, hyperopia and presbyopia.
-Image 1, the first laser cuts a flap in the cornea.
-Image 2, the second laser remodels the cornea to correct the pathology.
-Image 3, the flap is put back in place. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of bones affected by various types of sarcoma or bone cancer: -chondrosarcoma in green (shoulder blade, humerus, ribs, the spine, pelvis, femur, tibia) -osteosarcoma in red (upper extremity of the humerus, the lower extremity of the femur , upper extremity of the tibia) -Ewing’s sarcoma in purple (ribs, humeral shaft, pelvis, femoral shaft, tibial shaft). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of bones affected by various types of sarcoma or bone cancer:
-chondrosarcoma in green (shoulder blade, humerus, ribs, the spine, pelvis, femur, tibia)
-osteosarcoma in red (upper extremity of the humerus, the lower extremity of the femur , upper extremity of the tibia)
-Ewing’s sarcoma in purple (ribs, humeral shaft, pelvis, femoral shaft, tibial shaft). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of osteoarthritis and arthritis of the knee. On the left, osteoarthritis of the knee showing meniscal deterioration, going as far as a deterioration of the bone surface on the contact surfaces of the joint. On the right, arthritis of the knee, showing joint inflammation, swelling of the synovial membrane, pain and burning. Enzymes are secreted in the synovial fluid that can destroy the cartilage and bone surface in the long run. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of osteoarthritis and arthritis of the knee.
On the left, osteoarthritis of the knee showing meniscal deterioration, going as far as a deterioration of the bone surface on the contact surfaces of the joint.
On the right, arthritis of the knee, showing joint inflammation, swelling of the synovial membrane, pain and burning. Enzymes are secreted in the synovial fluid that can destroy the cartilage and bone surface in the long run. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of an atheromatous plaque, fatty build up (yellow) in a medium caliber artery. The plaque slows blood flow, which can cause cardio-vascular complications depending on the location of the plaque. The illustration shows the various layers in the artery. From outside to inside: -the tunica externa or adventitia (two types of tissue, connective and muscular) -the tunica media (two types of tissue, external elastic membrane and smooth muscle) -the tunica intima (three types of tissue, internal elastic membrane, connective tissue and endothelium, single layer of cells around the artery’s lumen.) It is in this internal epithelial layer that the artheromatous plaque forms. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of an atheromatous plaque, fatty build up (yellow) in a medium caliber artery.
The plaque slows blood flow, which can cause cardio-vascular complications depending on the location of the plaque.
The illustration shows the various layers in the artery.
From outside to inside:
-the tunica externa or adventitia (two types of tissue, connective and muscular)
-the tunica media (two types of tissue, external elastic membrane and smooth muscle)
-the tunica intima (three types of tissue, internal elastic membrane, connective tissue and endothelium, single layer of cells around the artery’s lumen.)
It is in this internal epithelial layer that the artheromatous plaque forms. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of the arterial system, heart and arteries of the upper and lower limbs, facial artery, thoracic and abdominal arteries in the outline of a woman. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the arterial system, heart and arteries of the upper and lower limbs, facial artery, thoracic and abdominal arteries in the outline of a woman. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of the fight against AIDS. ©BIENAIME / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the fight against AIDS. ©BIENAIME / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of the male urinary system. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the male urinary system. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of skin tanning under the effect of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Melanocytes (green cells in the epidermis) produce melanin, a pigment that absorbs ultraviolet rays. Melanin travels in melanosomes that migrate towards keratinocytes, placing themselves on their nucleus to protect their DNA and prevent genetic mutations due to the sun. Melanin makes the skin browner, thicker and more resistant to ultraviolet rays. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of skin tanning under the effect of the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
Melanocytes (green cells in the epidermis) produce melanin, a pigment that absorbs ultraviolet rays. Melanin travels in melanosomes that migrate towards keratinocytes, placing themselves on their nucleus to protect their DNA and prevent genetic mutations due to the sun. Melanin makes the skin browner, thicker and more resistant to ultraviolet rays. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of surgery for an aortic aneurysm with the placement of an endoprosthesis in the aorta, from the brachiocephalic artery and forking at the iliac arteries. One branch is placed in the superior mesenteric artery, as well as a fenestra and covered stent in the left renal artery. A reimplantation of the left subclavian artery in the left common carotid artery is carried out and the stump of the left subclavian artery is sutured. A prosthetic bypass is placed between the right common iliac artery, the right renal artery and the celiac axis. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of surgery for an aortic aneurysm with the placement of an endoprosthesis in the aorta, from the brachiocephalic artery and forking at the iliac arteries. One branch is placed in the superior mesenteric artery, as well as a fenestra and covered stent in the left renal artery. A reimplantation of the left subclavian artery in the left common carotid artery is carried out and the stump of the left subclavian artery is sutured. A prosthetic bypass is placed between the right common iliac artery, the right renal artery and the celiac axis. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Medical illustration showing a lumbar vertebra with a normal spinal canal (left). In the case of spinal stenosis (right), this canal has narrowed. In 95% of cases, this narrowing of the spinal canal is caused by arthritis, not shown in this illustration. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Medical illustration showing a lumbar vertebra with a normal spinal canal (left). In the case of spinal stenosis (right), this canal has narrowed. In 95% of cases, this narrowing of the spinal canal is caused by arthritis, not shown in this illustration. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of the causes of male infertility. On the left, illustration of the male genital organs. In the centre, illustration of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis which, in the case of malfunction, can affect spermatogenesis. Top right, illustration of various testicular pathologies: cryptorchidism (an undescended testicle), varicocele (varicous dilation of the spermatic cord veins), hydrocele (secretion of aqueous liquid between the two layers of the tunica vaginalis which envelop the testicle), orchitis (swelling of the testicle due to an infection that is generally bacterial or viral). At the bottom, illustration of the various malformations of spermatozoa (faulty tail, vacuolated head, round head, excess of residual cytoplasm). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the causes of male infertility. On the left, illustration of the male genital organs.
In the centre, illustration of the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis which, in the case of malfunction, can affect spermatogenesis. Top right, illustration of various testicular pathologies: cryptorchidism (an undescended testicle), varicocele (varicous dilation of the spermatic cord veins), hydrocele (secretion of aqueous liquid between the two layers of the tunica vaginalis which envelop the testicle), orchitis (swelling of the testicle due to an infection that is generally bacterial or viral).
At the bottom, illustration of the various malformations of spermatozoa (faulty tail, vacuolated head, round head, excess of residual cytoplasm). ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of inter-uterine insemination (IUI). This technique is used in the case of reduced quality sperm, insufficient sperm, abnormal cervical mucus or in the case of anti-spermatozoa antibodies or unexplained infertility. The top of the illustration shows sperm preparation. The lower part shows insemination, the doctor slowly places the sperm in the uterus during ovulation. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of inter-uterine insemination (IUI). This technique is used in the case of reduced quality sperm, insufficient sperm, abnormal cervical mucus or in the case of anti-spermatozoa antibodies or unexplained infertility. The top of the illustration shows sperm preparation.
The lower part shows insemination, the doctor slowly places the sperm in the uterus during ovulation. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of surgery for an abdominal aortic aneurysm with placement of an endoprosthesis in the aorta. A stent is also placed in the superior mesenteric artery, as well as a fenestra and covered stent in the left renal artery. The right renal artery, showing early bifurcation is ligatured and a bypass with the saphenous vein is set up between the right common iliac artery and the hepatic artery to reestablish blood flow in the right kidney. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of surgery for an abdominal aortic aneurysm with placement of an endoprosthesis in the aorta. A stent is also placed in the superior mesenteric artery, as well as a fenestra and covered stent in the left renal artery. The right renal artery, showing early bifurcation is ligatured and a bypass with the saphenous vein is set up between the right common iliac artery and the hepatic artery to reestablish blood flow in the right kidney. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of the relationship between an imbalance in intestinal flora and autism. An imbalance between good bacteria in intestinal flora (lactobacilli) and bad bacteria (Clostridium and Desulfovibrio), which produce neurotoxic molecules that flow to the brain through blood vessels leads to behavioural and autistic disorders. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the relationship between an imbalance in intestinal flora and autism. An imbalance between good bacteria in intestinal flora (lactobacilli) and bad bacteria (Clostridium and Desulfovibrio), which produce neurotoxic molecules that flow to the brain through blood vessels leads to behavioural and autistic disorders. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of skin tanning under the effect of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Melanocytes (green cells in the epidermis) produce melanin, a pigment that absorbs ultraviolet rays. Melanin travels in melanosomes that migrate towards keratinocytes, placing themselves on their nucleus to protect their DNA and prevent genetic mutations due to the sun. Melanin makes the skin browner, thicker and more resistant to ultraviolet rays. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of skin tanning under the effect of the sun’s ultraviolet rays.
Melanocytes (green cells in the epidermis) produce melanin, a pigment that absorbs ultraviolet rays. Melanin travels in melanosomes that migrate towards keratinocytes, placing themselves on their nucleus to protect their DNA and prevent genetic mutations due to the sun. Melanin makes the skin browner, thicker and more resistant to ultraviolet rays. ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
Illustration of the digestive system and brain in a child. From top to bottom: -the brain’s vascular system -the oesophagus -the liver -the stomach and duodenum -the pancreas -the small and large intestines ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works
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Illustration of the digestive system and brain in a child.
From top to bottom:
-the brain’s vascular system
-the oesophagus
-the liver
-the stomach and duodenum
-the pancreas
-the small and large intestines ©JACOPIN / BSIP/ The Image Works

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