SynopsisBorn in 1682, Morgagni studied at Bologna under Valsalva and Albertini. In 1711, he was elected professor of medicine at Padua. He published numerous anatomical observations and several smaller works of less importance. The great work which has made his name immortal in the profession, appeared in his eightieth year, and represents the accumulated experience of a long life. Though written in the form of letters, the work is arranged systematically and has an index of exceptional value. From no section does one get a better idea of the character and scope of the work than from that relating to the heart and arteries--affections of the pericardium, diseases of the valves, ulceration, rupture, dilation and hypertrophy and affections of the aorta are very fully described. The section on aneurysm of the aorta remains one of the best ever written.
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Titolo: The Evolution of Modern Medicine - A Series Of Lectures Delivered At Yale University On The Silliman Foundation In April, 1913
Editore: The Echo Library
Finitura: Copertina flessibile
Misure: 15x22 cm
Peso: 0.2 kg
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