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The brain continues to be represented using projections first devised in Renaissance Italy to illustrate the head; and for the neuroscientist 600 years later, Piero's little known illustrations provide a remarkable legacy of graphic representation that endures to this day
Perspectives, The art of medicine: Piero della Francesca's projections and neuroimaging today
The Lancet 2008; 372:1378-1379
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