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Le Clerc, Daniel & Manget, Jean-Jacques (Mangetus, Johannn Jacob)

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Descripción: Hardcover. Ed. secunda. - Genf, Chouet & Ritter, 1699, Folio, (28), 124, 1072 pp. + (2), 1233 pp., mit vielen Holzschnitten u. 124 (davon 9 doppelseitig u. gefalt) ganzseitigen Kupfertafeln, Pergamenteinband d.Zt.; etwas gebräunt, wie üblich. Second Edition! This edition contains significant additions and revisions to this "extraordinary storehouse of seventeenth century anatomical works" (Russell 524), which was first published in 1685. - - The impressive collection, with its striking engraved title and 124 plates based on original sources, gathers in a single work the most important discoveries of the seventeenth century, the period which laid the foundation for modern anatomy and physiology. - - ALL THE BST IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY OF MEDICINE - "Here are Harvey's important embryological work 'De generatione animalium' (1551) as well as his treatise on the circulation of the blood with the four figures, and also Malpighi's discovery (1651) of the capillary anastomosis in the lungs, which supplied the missing link in Harvey's demonstration; . Olof Rudbeck's work on the lymphatics illustrated with nineteen figures on three folio plates; and the works of Pecquet and Bartholin. - Here is given s short list of some of the more important works: - Asseli discovery of the lacteal vessels (1617), Thomas Wharton's description of the duct of the submaxillary salivary gland (Wharton's duct), Zambeccari's proof that the spleen is not essential to life; Borelli's 'De moti animallium' (1680) on the application of mechanics to the motion of the limbs of animals, Niels Stensen's papers on the muscular mechanics and his account of the excretory duct of the parotid gland (Stensen's duct), John Mayow's classic on the physiology of respiration (1674), DuVerney's account of the structure, function and diseases of the ear, and Schelhammer's account of the physiology of hearing, Thomas Willi's on the circle of Willis; Richard lower treatise on the heart (1669) and the first blood transfulsion, Francis Glisson's first accurate description of the capsulae of the liver (Glisson's capsule), Regnier de Graaf's detailed description of the male and female reproductive system including the first account of 'Grafiaan follicle' and his work on pancreatic secretion, Malpighi's and Swammerdam's many excellent discoveries whit microscope, to name but a few. - - Jean Jacques Manget (1652-1742) practised in Geneva with great success. In 1699 the Elector of Brandenburg made him his first physician. His literary work, in which he was assisted by Daniel Le Clerc (1652-1728), chiefly consisted of collecting and reprinting in large volumes important treatises on medicine, anatomy and chemistry. - - Le Clerc is sometimes called the "Father of the History of Medicine" because he wrote the first large history of medicine. That valuable and still consulted work was first published in 1696. - - Waller 5663; Haller Bibl. Anatomica I, 803-04; Keynes, Harvey, no.45; Neu 2263; Hahn & Dumaitre 218; Osler 3192; Hahn & Dumaitre 218 describing the Baroque engraved title and reproducing it, 226; Parkinson-Lumb 1422 (lists complete content). Buch. Nº de ref. de la librería 21007

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