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Recherches anatomiques et physiologiques sur l’organe de l’ouie et sur l’audition, dans l’homme et les animaux vertébrés
With 13 plates (1 mezzotint). Original front printed wrapper mounted and bound into modern half morocco over marbled boards; uncut with new endpapers, minor foxing throughout, numerous tears repaired, last plate dampstained. Second edition of an important treatise on the anatomy of the human ear, first published in 1833 under the title tudes anatomiques et physiologiques sur l’organe de l’ouie et sur l’audition, dans l’homme et les animaux vert br s. Breschet went a step further than Scarpa by correctly describing the ducts of the osseous canal. He was best known for the ideas found in this work, particularly his accurate description of the shape and location of the elliptical and round sacs and his advanced physiology of the membrane labyrinth. & & Breschet (1783-1845), a professor of anatomy at the Faculty of Medicine in Paris, studied under the acclaimed surgeon Guillaume Dupuytren. In addition to his anatomy of the auditory system of vertebrates, he published studies of the veins of the human spine and skull. He was a member of most of the academies and learned societies throughout Europe, where his fame was equal to his that in France. &
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