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Hans von Gersdorff also known as Schyl-Hans, (* approx. 1455; † 1529 in Straßburg) was an exceptional surgeon of his time. He published in 1517 the Feldbuch der Wundarzney (Field book of surgery) illustrated with wood cut works attributed to Hans Wechtlin.
Der verwundete Mann (The wounded man) (page 21)
Die Eingeweide (The interstines)
Aderlasspunkte. (Points for blood-letting) (page 16)
Die Knochenanatomie (Anatomy of the skeleton)
Behandlung einer Schädelwunde (Treatment of a skull injury)