The first Medical Illustration.
Confronting the issues of our past
Ugh I just can't read this, it really makes me physically sick to think about it. 3 women, Surgery without anesthetic, constantly. I'm sick https://t.co/4saZaBSr5Q— Trysten Bewersdorf (@TEDumbldore) September 28, 2017
Helping a fellow colleague out!
Fan Girling about some of my favorite historical Medical Illustrators!
https://t.co/yfN1glcnoa Ahh I JUST DIED AND WENT TO HEAVEN Frank H Netter was exhibited in the worlds fair! He made a transparent woman and showed how her glands secreting hormones helped to change the woman from puberty to maternity! If you know where to see this please tell!— Trysten Bewersdorf (@TEDumbldore) December 16, 2017
Talking about medical art history, and correcting someone on their knowledge.
I don't blame Cowper for plagiarizing Bidloo's book Ontleding Des Menschelyken Lichaams illustrated by artist Gerard de Lairesse. Though the original version in Latin was published in Amsterdam was published in 1685. #IDSSem #medArt #sciart https://t.co/W65hEyZnTh— Trysten Bewersdorf (@TEDumbldore) December 5, 2017
Sharing some very funny Illustrations from history.
Listening to James Pickering on Medicine.
Dr. James Pickering https://t.co/6VZAsuMnsN technology is a prosthetic. We are cyborgs because of our use of smartphones— Trysten Bewersdorf (@TEDumbldore) September 21, 2017
Artificial eyes for prosthetics.
So amazing! Who woulda thought about using photography for this! My dad used this in taxidermy but not that quality! On fire my friend! https://t.co/tVT9rJBr6Q— Trysten Bewersdorf (@TEDumbldore) September 20, 2017
Learning about current topics in the field.
Well I learned something today! Stem cells or platelet rich plasma can help your knees regenerate degenerated tissue, so what's the issue? https://t.co/SfZJA87PWR— Trysten Bewersdorf (@TEDumbldore) September 20, 2017