Definition of Andreas vesalius
1. Noun. A Flemish surgeon who is considered the father of modern anatomy (1514-1564).
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Literary usage of Andreas vesalius
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1. History and Bibliography of Anatomic Illustration in Its Relation to by Ludwig Choulant, Edward Clark Streeter, Fielding Hudson Garrison, Mortimer Frank (1920)
"andreas vesalius andreas vesalius was born in Brussels in 1513, or 1514, and came from a family of physicians of Wesel in the Duchy of Cleves; ..."
2. Curiosities of London: Exhibiting the Most Rare and Remarkable Objects of by John Timbs (1855)
"(after Holbein), and andreas vesalius, the Italian anatomist; other portraits; and a marble .bust of Sir Henry In the Library is a copy of the ..."
3. A List of Books by Some of the Old Masters of Medicine and Surgery: Together by Lewis Stephen Pilcher (1918)
"Many copies of old illustrations throughout text. MORLEY, HENRY 1853 ANATOMY IN LONG CLOTHES : An Essay on andreas vesalius by HENRY MORLEY. ..."
4. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1853)
"andreas vesalius at once excited the attention of the learned men of Italy, ... At Venice, andreas vesalius studied indefatigably, at the same time that he ..."
5. A History of dentistry from the most ancient times until the end of the by Vincenzo Guerini (1909)
"We must now speak of andreas vesalius, an extraordinary man, who by his genius infused new ... andreas vesalius was born at Brussels, December 31, 1514. ..."