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Micheline Ruel-Kellermann
Recherche sur la vraye anathomie des dents, nature & propriété d'icelles (1582) is the last dental book of the 16th century and the first in France. The part borrowed from Libellus de dentibus by Bartolommeo Eustachio is not the most interesting part of the book; the better part is when Hémard tells personal experiences with his picturesque words, showing violent situations of care at this epoch.
October 2010: Histoire des Sciences Médicales
R A Bernabeo
Delivered in spring 1665 with the patronage of Parisian Melchisedec Thévenot, this speech sets the basis for a more organic and modern study of the encephalon, analizing critically before and made attempts to explain its functions, errors due to the not always orthodox different techniques of observation, the various and obscure terminology used to indicate its different components, the designer's incapacity to reproduce exactly its structure.
1990: Medicina Nei Secoli
L Lindkvist
Rudolf Virchow was born in Pomerania in 1821 in Prussia/Germany. His father was a cashier. He started his medical studies in 1839 and finished them in 1843. He became one of the most famous physicians of the 19th century, as he founded the "Cellular pathology" theory. This claims that disease and pathological change start in the cell and nowhere else. The ruling medical dogma at that time the "humoral pathology" stated that "body fluids" were in inbalance when a person got sick. Virchow's studies cleaned this out and the hallmark of the "cellular pathology" sounded "omnis cellula e cellula" ("behind every cell there is another cell")...
1999: Svensk Medicinhistorisk Tidskrift
R A Lanosa, O Mazzini, C Pietrángelo, E J Celia, J M Monserrat
Eight patients with Dubin-Johnson's syndrome have been reported. It appoints the greatest casuistry about the theme in our country. The coincidence covers all the aspects of the disease except by the fact that we emphasize, as a matter of interest, that we were able to visualize the gallblader and the biliary tract through oral cholecystography visualize the gallblader and the biliary tract through oral cholecystography or through intravenous cholangiography, in all the patients who have been studied. It doesn't agree with the class descriptions in which these exams have negative results...
1980: Acta Gastroenterologica Latinoamericana
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