Fallopius


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Italian anatomist who first described the Fallopian tubes (1523-1562)

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In 1575, Fallopius writes of "a degeneration of arteries into bone.
El viajero-anatomista se parecia al conquistador: primero, marca el camino nombrando el nuevo sitio y sus habitantes, como es el caso de Fallopius, por ejemplo.
16th century Italian anatomist Gabriel Fallopius gave his name to the fallopian tubes in which eggs travel from the ovary to the uterus.
You might never have heard of Gabrielle Fallopius but if you're a bloke who can't keep it in his trousers, as it were, you perhaps should be thanking him.
Realdus Columbus (1516-1559) and Gabriel Fallopius (1523-1559), outstanding among Vesalius' supporters, succeeded him in Padua's Human Anatomy Discipline, confirming many of his discoveries.
The first documented description and trial of a condom was in the 16th century when Italian anatomist Gabrielle Fallopius claimed to have made a linen condom to protect against syphilis.
Dulaurens also rejects the notion that "the clitoris of Fallopius or Tentigo of the ancients" might be considered a version of the penis -- their difference in structure is salient.