In one a#39;the right eye had withered away from an early agea#39; and in the other, a#39;it had been plucked out by the executioner a year beforea#39;!18 When he described the recurrent laryngeal nerves he ... The text is said to reveal little more than the diagram it accompanies, and French21 points out that Vesalius made no ... Galena#39;s rete mirabile, which he had seen in the ox and the pig, Vesalius Fig. ... The dissection exposes a#39;the hardest bone of the body (petrosal) which contains the organ ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||The doctrine of the nerves|
|Author||:||John David Spillane|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1981|