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The Resource Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis Institutionibus : omniumque recentiorum & propriis observationibus tertiùm ad sanguinis circulationem reformata : cum iconibus novis accuratissimis : additur & huic postremae editioni Th. Bartholini appendix De lacteis thoracicis & vasis lymphaticis

Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis Institutionibus : omniumque recentiorum & propriis observationibus tertiùm ad sanguinis circulationem reformata : cum iconibus novis accuratissimis : additur & huic postremae editioni Th. Bartholini appendix De lacteis thoracicis & vasis lymphaticis

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Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis Institutionibus : omniumque recentiorum & propriis observationibus tertiùm ad sanguinis circulationem reformata : cum iconibus novis accuratissimis : additur & huic postremae editioni Th. Bartholini appendix De lacteis thoracicis & vasis lymphaticis
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Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis Institutionibus
Title remainder
omniumque recentiorum & propriis observationibus tertiùm ad sanguinis circulationem reformata : cum iconibus novis accuratissimis : additur & huic postremae editioni Th. Bartholini appendix De lacteis thoracicis & vasis lymphaticis
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1616-1680
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Bartholin, Thomas
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • 1585-1629
  • 1604-1649
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  • Bartholin, Caspar
  • Walaeus, Johannes
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  • Human anatomy
  • Blood
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Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis Institutionibus : omniumque recentiorum & propriis observationibus tertiùm ad sanguinis circulationem reformata : cum iconibus novis accuratissimis : additur & huic postremae editioni Th. Bartholini appendix De lacteis thoracicis & vasis lymphaticis
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Publication
Note
  • Half title page, engr.: Anatomia reformata
  • "[Joh. Walaei] Epistola prima [et altera] de motu chyli et sanguinis ad Thomam Bartholinum ... Editio octava": p. [529]-576
  • Signatures: [pi2] *8, A-2P8
  • At head of title: Thomæ Bartholini Casp. fil
  • Note about author: Thomas Bartholin was a member of an extensive family of physicians and anatomists and the son of famous anatomist Caspar Bartholin. The family was well respected as physicians and well-connected with the Danish ruling class. Thomas Bartholin was appointed professor of anatomy at the University of Copenhagen in 1648, an academic chair he held until 1661. While studying in Leiden, Bartholin concerned himself chiefly with the study of the lymphatic vessels and William Harvey{u2019}s theory of blood circulation. His most important contribution to anatomy and physiology was the discovery that the lymphatic system is an entirely separate system from the circulatory system; the lymphatics formed a never-before-described physiological system. Bartholin wrote several anatomical treatises that were used by medical students as textbooks. In reality, however, these texts were largely revised and updated editions of his father's Institutiones Anatomicae (1611). Though the anatomical illustrations differed from edition to edition, few of them were original. Most were taken from works by Andreas Vesalius, Giulio Casseri, and others. -- MU Ellis Library Exhibit note (2010)
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volume
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  • nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Control code
14326415
Dimensions
21 cm (8vo)
Extent
16 unnumbered pages, 594 pages, 14 unnumbered pages
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portrait
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(WaOLN)976789
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Anatomia, ex Caspari Bartholini parentis Institutionibus : omniumque recentiorum & propriis observationibus tertiùm ad sanguinis circulationem reformata : cum iconibus novis accuratissimis : additur & huic postremae editioni Th. Bartholini appendix De lacteis thoracicis & vasis lymphaticis
Publication
Note
  • Half title page, engr.: Anatomia reformata
  • "[Joh. Walaei] Epistola prima [et altera] de motu chyli et sanguinis ad Thomam Bartholinum ... Editio octava": p. [529]-576
  • Signatures: [pi2] *8, A-2P8
  • At head of title: Thomæ Bartholini Casp. fil
  • Note about author: Thomas Bartholin was a member of an extensive family of physicians and anatomists and the son of famous anatomist Caspar Bartholin. The family was well respected as physicians and well-connected with the Danish ruling class. Thomas Bartholin was appointed professor of anatomy at the University of Copenhagen in 1648, an academic chair he held until 1661. While studying in Leiden, Bartholin concerned himself chiefly with the study of the lymphatic vessels and William Harvey{u2019}s theory of blood circulation. His most important contribution to anatomy and physiology was the discovery that the lymphatic system is an entirely separate system from the circulatory system; the lymphatics formed a never-before-described physiological system. Bartholin wrote several anatomical treatises that were used by medical students as textbooks. In reality, however, these texts were largely revised and updated editions of his father's Institutiones Anatomicae (1611). Though the anatomical illustrations differed from edition to edition, few of them were original. Most were taken from works by Andreas Vesalius, Giulio Casseri, and others. -- MU Ellis Library Exhibit note (2010)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Control code
14326415
Dimensions
21 cm (8vo)
Extent
16 unnumbered pages, 594 pages, 14 unnumbered pages
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations, portrait
System control number
(WaOLN)976789

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