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R.J.C. Brinkman - On the innovative genius of Andreas Vesalius


Andreas Vesalius (1515 - 1564) is generally considered to be the founding father of modern human anatomy. To commemorate his 500th birthday, some of the most striking anatomical and physiological aspects of Vesalius’ major work De Humani Corporis Fabrica Libri Septem (De Fabrica) are presented and discussed in this thesis.

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Universiteit van Amsterdam

Promotor: C.M.A.M. van der Horst en R.J. Oostra

Copromotor: J.J. Hage

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