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Valsalva, Antonio Maria
Opera, ... 3 in 2 Vols.
. Venetiis, apud F. Pitteri, 1740, 4°, (2), (34), 155, (1); (6), 531, (1), (1) (Eraata & Plates) (1); 504 (569-504 Index) pp., schw/rot. Titel mit Vign., 1 Frontispice, 13 gefalt. Kupfertaf., 2 feine Ledereinbände der Zeit; Rücken erneuert.. First Edition : Viriceleberimi Antonii Mariae Valsalvae Opera, hoc est, tractatus de aure humana. Editione hac Quarta accuratissime descriptus, tabulisque archetypis exornatus, et dissertationes anatomicae, Que nunc primum prodeunt, ad Colon intestionum, ad arteriam Magnam, ad Accessorius nervos, ad Oculos, ad Suffusiones, & ad Renum Succenturiatorum Excretios Ductus attinentes, Tabulis Itidem Illustratee. Omnia recensuit, & Auctoris Vitam, suasque ad Tractatum, & Dissertationes Epistolas addidit duodeviginti Joannes Baptista Morgagnus. Tomi Duo. - - Anton Maria Valsalva (1666-1723), "of Bologna, who was one of Malpighi's students at Padua and the teacher of Morgagni, wrote the first full account of the minute anatomy of the ear in his 'De Aure Humana Tractatus' ((Bolgna 1704) Treatise on the Human Ear), in which the whole structure of the ear is described and illustrated with many new discoveries, and the uses of all its parts are investigated; in which is inserted a new description and delineation of the uvula and pharynx. He was the first to define the ear's three regions-outer, middle, and inner-and to explain their relative functions. - - The 'Treatise' is arranged in six chapters. The first three are anatomic and deal with the parts of the ear; the last three are physiologic and explain the functions of these parts. The auricle an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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