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ANATOMISTS – PAPAL PHYSICIANS (LITERATURE REVIEW)

Authors: Kutya S. A., Schvets T.A., Melnik M. V.

Pages: 8-12

 

Abstract

            Article is about anatomists, who were papal physicians: M.R. Colombo (c.1515-1559), G.B. Canano (1515-1579), G.C. Aranzi (1530-1589), C. Varolio (1543-1575), A. Cesalpino (1525-1603), M. Malpighi (1628-1694), G.M. Lancisi (1654-1720) and G. Flaiani (1739-1808). Their contribution into anatomy and brief biographical information are given.

                Key words: history of anatomy, papacy, biography.

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