What was Vesalius' book called?

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What was Vesalius' book called?

Andreas Vesalius

Andreas Vesalius (1514 - 1564) was a physician and anatomist, and he was originally from Brussels. He later became an anatomy professor at the University of Padua, which is in northern Italy. He also had the opportunity to work as the physician for Emperor Charles V.

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Andreas Vesalius' major work was first printed in 1543, and it was given the title De humani corporis fabrica libri septem. However, the title is...

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You may not know of Andreas Vesalius, but his work highly progressed medical knowledge of the human body. In this lesson, find out who he was and why he was so important to medicine and even Darwin!


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