De conceptu et generatione hominis  

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De conceptu et generatione hominis[1] (1554, Treatise on the Generation and birth of Man) is a book on midwifery by Jakob Ruf. It features a engraving of a dissected pregnant woman[2][3].

In the Germanosphere, the book was published in German as Trostbüchlein for midwives and in Latin for the surgeons.



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