This page lists items in the database related to German-Swiss pathologist Christian Grimm (b. in 1818; d. in 1863):
Christian Grimm, pathologist at the University of Basel in time Karl Gustav Jung, distinguished himself for “Moulagentechnik“. Under his leadership, the world famous wax models were produced showing the cervical and cranial nerves in the 1860s.
Grimm used as a template with natural products. With only partially heated, partly molten, colored wax muscles, ligaments and tendons, different organs and structures were modeled and simulated blood vessels.1