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Shvoong Home>Medicine & Health>History Of Medicine And Science>History of the Human Anatomy Review

History of the Human Anatomy

Book Review   by:martacristina     Original Author: luiz carvalho
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This abstract was translated from História da Anatomia Humana
 
The work History of the Human Anatomy proposes to make a dive in the past of humanity to see how it was constuindo knowledge of the human body. The investigation begins at the point where the ancients did the first drawings of the body of animals and men, and passes through the works of homero, which records the serious feriemntos of combatants in the war of Troy, when then mentions the organs affected, using is terms that prepared the anatomical terminology. [BR]In the heyday of Greek history, appeared Hippocrates, eminent physician and anatomist. After him came the big anatomistas that dissected in vivo. [BR]Enough to the Romans, where shone Galeno, who was studying the viscera of injuries on the Coliseum arenas, but preferred that the body of monkeys. [BR]The Middle Ages gave a pause in the anatomy, however, Mondino has the interest in dissection. A more critical study of this period shows the dessecações illegally. [BR]In the Renaissance, the vinci and Miguelângelo, great artists, retrataram beautifully the human anatomy. [BR]Neta season, shone the genius of Vesálio, with its monumental prints. Following the anatomy deepened themselves with Eustáchio and Fallopio and came Servet (the martyr of the anatomy) and Harvey (the scientific methodology of religion. Malpihhi, Stensen, de Graaf and other major pontificaramno Seiscentismo. [BR]The Century XVIII ostentou Valsava, Morgagni, Winslow, Hunter, Haller, Meckel, Lierkhun, to name just a few anatomistas eminent. In the nineteenth century and XX had Bichat, Muller, Virchow, His, Purkinge, Henle, Baer, Horner, among many that brilharam
Published: October 30, 2007   
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