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The nudes of the Vesalian 'Epitome'.
Anatomy before Vesalius: the ‘Isagogae Breves’ of Jacopo Berengario da Carpi.
Netherlands contributions to the development of anatomy in Britain in the sixteenth century. Presidential Address to University of Cape Town Medical History Club.
Anatomy in sixteenth century broadsheets
A note on printed anatomical fragments inserted in Wellcome Ms 632
Fugitive sheets: sidelights of anatomy in the Vesalian period.
Physical features and criminology.  Cape Times report on a public lecture given by Matthew Drennan.
Emblems of mortality and immortality: symbolic aspects of early printed anatomical illustrations.
History and practice of medicine amongst the ancient Greeks and Romans
Notes on a sixteenth-century anatomical vocabulary.
Observation and method as factors in the progress of medical science
Pre-Vesalian anatomical texts in Nederlands.
The development of human anatomical dissection in the Middle Ages and Renaissance: a reconsideration
Physical features and criminology.  Cape Times report on a public lecture given by Matthew Drennan.
‘De Humani Corporis Fabrica, 1543: the background, the author and the book.

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