Vesalius


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a Flemish surgeon who is considered the father of modern anatomy (1514-1564)

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Musculature in such books is often represented--in the global body image--as the ecorche, or muscle man (sic); furthermore, in Vesalius (179, 187), the ecorche proffers himself as the subject of autoptic knowledge.
In the time of Vesalius, blocks were usually small or modest in size, although an occasional plank of greater dimensions (or even two or more clamped together) might be required to accommodate a particularly large design submitted by an artist for reproduction.
Vesalius was the special doctor of the King of Spain George the fifth, before working for King Philip II.
Vesalius identified errors in Galen's texts, particularly the fact that Galenic anatomy was based on animal, not human, dissections.
Podria anotar tambien las escoriaciones del alma, siempre restaurada, pero Vesalius y sus ilustradores no dejaron dibujo.
In his 1543 anatomy, De humani corporis fabrica, on the fabric of the human body, Andreas Vesalius relies continually on this anatomical parallel, even as he is also at pains to distinguish the species.
Here is an original edition of Andreas Vesalius, whose gorgeously-etched anatomical models politely display their own parts to the viewer.
Wim Robberecht, MD, PhD, lead investigator of the latest study and a researcher at the University of Leuven in Belgium and the Vesalius Research Center, screened for genes in zebrafish that blunt the adverse effect of the ALS mutant gene SOD1.
Gaston Matthyssens, chairman of board and managing partner at Vesalius Biocapital.
The Vesalius Anatomy of Birth--La anatomia del nacimiento, de Vesalio.
Less distracting but worth questioning is the placement of subsections that feature important contributors to medical progress: Andreas Vesalius and Jacques Gautier d'Agoty in the first chapter, Ambroise Pare in the fourth.
Las fuentes de los comentarios se completan con los medicos mas sobresalientes de la epoca (Francisco Valles, Andreas Vesalius o Juan Valverde de Amuseo).
Any Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists trainee who takes the time to study their College arms and crest will find the supporter on the left to be Andreas Vesalius, the first person to record the use of artificial ventilation to sustain life (1).
Aimee Stango of Westminster was named to the dean's list for the spring semester while studying abroad at Vesalius College in Brussels, Belgium.
In his preface to the first edition (1989), Netter (1906-1991) mused on how the likes of Vesalius, Leonardo da Vinci, William Hunter, and Henry Gray would regard this text.