Anatome corporis humani: plurimis novis inventis instructa variisque observationibus, & paradoxis.

DIEMERBROECK, Isbrand de (1609-1674).

Published by Joan. Antonij Huguetan, Lyon, 1679
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Title: Anatome corporis humani: plurimis novis ...

Publisher: Joan. Antonij Huguetan, Lyon

Publication Date: 1679

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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2 parts in one volume, 4to (237 x 181mm). [xii], 606pp., [vi], including engraved additional title by M.Ogier showing an anatomical theatre, flanked by full-length portraits of Andreas Vesalius and Andreas Spigel. 13 engraved plates (folding). Roman & italic letter with some Greek. Near contemporary vellum, ms. title on paper label to spine; (plates minimally creased and foxed, small rust hole in one preliminary leaf, occasional spots; edges worn). First Lyons edition of this comprehensive study of anatomy containing much original information. The 10 sections deal with the lower torso, the thorax, the head, the limbs, the muscles, membranes and fibers, the arteries, the veins, the nerves, the bones and the cartilages and ligaments. The work includes interesting observations on pica - the craving of unsuitable foods such as earth, coal and stones, on the reasons why eunuchs and castrated animals grow plump, and on reports of the survival of infants born supposedly after only five months' gestation. The plates show a variety of dissections including figures taken from drawings by Ruysch, de Graaf, Paulli and Willis. Dezeimeris wrote about the work ìles objets sont reprÈsentÈs avec clartÈ et prÈcision.î Cushing D149; Hirsch II, 182-183; Krivatsy 3205; Wellcome II, 467; Not in BMC. This edition not in Osler, Waller. Bookseller Inventory # 6464

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