Image with an author
Author A. Title [format]. Year of publication. Date range. Item description. Location retrieved. Notes about item
21. Rossett A. Knees, CT scan [Photograph]. Science Photo Library, Universal Images Group. Encyclopedia Britannica Imagequest. 3d scan. internal cat scan, medical examination.
Image without an author
Title [format]. Place of publication: Publisher; date of publication. Item description
22. Anatomical model showing the ventral axial skeleton [Photograph].USA: Universal Images Group; [date unknown]. Ribcage, manubrium sterni, collarbone, no people, anatomical model.
Rossett (21) .................................
Image 2. 3D knee scan (21).
The ............................... (22) shows...
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