File:Epispadias in a boy aged two years Wellcome L0062463.jpg

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Epispadias in a boy aged two years
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Epispadias in a boy aged two years
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Watercolour drawing showing the condition of epispadias. From a boy aged two years.

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Keywords: Mark, Leonard Portal

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  • Library reference: St Bartholomew's Hospital Archives & Museum SBHB MU/14/48/13
  • Photo number: L0062463
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