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- Anatomia Galenico-Moderna (in Spanish; Madrid: Por los Herederos del Autor, 1733), by Manuel de Porres (page images at HathiTrust)
- The Anatomy of the Human Body (7th edition; London: C. Hitch and R. Dodsley, 1750), by William Cheselden (multiple formats at archive.org)
- Bartholinus Anatomy: Made from the Precepts of His Father, and from the Observations of All Modern Anatomists, Together With His Own (London: N. Culpeper and A. Cole, 1665), by Thomas Bartholin (page images at NIH)
- A Discourse on the Importance of Anatomy: Delivered in the Amphitheatre of Surgeons in London, on Wednesday, the 21st of January, 1767 (in English and French; ca. 1767), by Georges Arnaud de Ronsil (page images at NIH)
- The Epitome of Andreas Vesalius (New York: Macmillan, 1949), by Andreas Vesalius, trans. by L. R. Lind, contrib. by C. Willet Asling and Logan Clendening (page images at HathiTrust)
- Andreae Vesalii Bruxellensis, Scholae Medicorum Patavinae Professoris, de Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem (in Latin; 1543), by Andreas Vesalius (page images in Switzerland)