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    • 1800s

    A physician wearing the traditional physician's cap conducts a urinoscopy on the flask he holds. A woman is seated beside him, waiting for the results. In the foreground the alchemist's assistant is tending to a furnace…

    • 1899

    Plate XIX depicting various forms of bacterium present in urine. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Tubercle Bacilli. Stained red, the majority are slightly curved...The other bacteria and the nuclei of…

    • 1899

    Plate IX depicting tissue samples and uric acid crystals in various forms. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Shred Of Tissue (part of a tumour) passed with the urine, consisting of closely packed cells…

    • with special reference to their clinical significance
    • 1899

    Cover and three illustrated plates from an English translation of Atlas der klinischen Mikroscopie des Harnes .

    • 1899

    Plate XI depicting various forms of uric acid crystals and deposits. The figures are identified as follows:

    Figure 1: Uric Acid Crystals (comb forms). Spontaneously precipitated.

    Figure 2: Uric Acid. Colourless,…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting the pathogenic micro-organism for bacillus tuberculosis, a diagnostic indicator of tubercular ulceration of the urinary tract. After the work of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting crystallized deposits of ammonium urate in urine after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. As depicted here, such deposits typically consist of dark-brown, spherical masses studded with…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting uric acid crystals with amorphous urates after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. Commonly associated lithuria (an excess of uric acid or its salts in the urine), such crystals typically…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting the crystalline compound phenylglucosazone formed as part of a test to detect the presence of sugar in urine. After the work of internist Rudolf von Jaksch (1855-1947).

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting uric-acid crystals in urine after work by Peyer [first name unknown]. As depicted here, the crystals are the normal yellowish-red color and crystallized into rhombic, rectangular prisms,…

    • 1898

    Illustrated plate depicting sediments associated with alkaline fermentation. After the work of Karl Berthold Hofmann (1842-1922) and Robert Ultzmann (1842-1889).

    • 1898

    Scale of colors of urine constructed from nature by Dr. J. Vogel. Intended as a standard for the purposes of comparative analysis, the colors are expressed as follows: (1) pale yellow, (2) light yellow, (3) yellow, (4)…

    • A manual for the use of physicians, surgeons, and students
    • 1898

    Cover and selected plates from the 4th edition of Dr. Charles W. Purdy's Practical uranalysis and urinary diagnosis.

    • The Dropsical Woman

    This engraving, by the French printmaker Jean Baptiste Fosseyeux, reproduces an original painting by Gerrit Dou. The work, titled "The Dropsical Woman," shows a young but finely-robed doctor examining the urine of a…

    • 1970s

    General view of medical technician Michael D. Shaw using a Perkin-Elmer Model 930 Gas Chromatograph to analyze a urine sample in the toxicology laboratory at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, Connecticut. Per notations…

    • 1970s

    General view of clinical technologist Mullin Chiong measuring a urine sample prior to analysis in the analytical laboratory at the Yale-New Haven Medical Center. Per notations accompanying the photograph, a Perkin-Elmer…

    • 1970s

    General view of Dr. Peter Jatlow, director of the clinical laboratory, and technologist Ying-Lin T. Gravel examining the graphical output of a Perkin-Elmer fluorescence spectrophotometer in use at the Yale-New Haven…

    • 1970s

    General view of an unidentified laboratory technician using a Perkin-Elmer Model 403 Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer to test the lead content of a urine sample in the industrial hygiene laboratory at the Electric…

    • 1600s

    This scene depicts tools and materials used both in alchemy and in art—most notably the large écorché figure placed on the alchemist's table, which was used by artists and students of human anatomy. A human skull,…

    • circa 1760 – 1786

    This print, engraved by Jean Jacques Le Veau after a painting by Marie-Marc-Antoine Bilcoq, shows a bearded alchemist examining a flask in the warm light of an unseen window. In a humble chamber behind a wooden…

    • circa 1771

    This etching reproduces in reverse a painting in the Hermitage Museum which has been attributed to Gerrit Dou. Through an illusionistic stone archway draped with an embroidered curtain, we see a finely-dressed physician…

    • 1792-Jun-01

    Seated at a table, a well-dressed medical alchemist examines a flask he holds aloft. Opposite, a young man and woman anxiously await his diagnosis. Urinoscopy, or the visual examination of urine for diagnosis, was a…