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Sialographia et ductuum aquosorum anatome nova. Accedit defensio ductuum aquosorum nec non fons salivalis novus, hactenus non descriptus.
- Lugduni Batavorum, Apud Jordanum Luchtmans, 1695, 8°, Frontispiece, (1), 158, (14) pp, 6 gefaltete Kupferstichtafeln, im Halbledereinband im Stil der Zeit; feines Exemplar. Second Edition! - Antonj Nuck (1650-1692), was also often called Antonius Nuck van Leiden, after his native city. He commenced his medical studies in Harderwyjk, but changed to Leiden where he received his doctorate in 1677 with the dissertation diabetes. He then settled as a practitioner in Delft. In 1683 he was called to Den Haag as a lecturer of anatomy at the Collegium anatomicum chirurgicum, working there as a teacher of anatomy before eventually returning to Leiden, where he was appointed to the chair of medicine and anatomy. His excellent theoretical lecturing, but even more his practical-anatomical teaching soon earned him a reputation that attracted students even from far away to Leiden. Besides anatomy, physiology was Nuck's most important field of research. Besides anatomy, physiology was Nuck's most important field of research. He did his most important work in investigating the lymphatics and glands, in which he used the injection technique much as Ruysch had done with blood vessels. - "Sialographia contains some of Nuck's best work on glands and ducts, particularly the salivaries and tear ducts. The six large engraved folding plates were drawn by Nuck". Heirs of Hippocrates No. 673 (1st. Ed.1690) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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