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1 History of Anatomy and Physiology (16 th Century) Garbo Chen, Dominique Zollo, Maggie Werner, and Sami Mindlin

2 Claudius Galen Humeral theory—classified them into 4 types: phlegmatic, sanguine, choleric, and melancholic. Veins are connected to the heart, but that nerves come from the central nervous system. Described: 1. Nerve to the voice box 2. Anatomy of the spinal chord and uterus 3. Bones and their muscle attachments 4. Muscles work in contracting pairs 5. Structural differences between arteries and veins 6. Arteries contain blood not air

3 Andreas Vesalius Combined work of Aristotle and other Greeks with own dissections Had the opportunity to dissect human corpses Realized that most of Galen’s finding were wrong Published anatomy book that included his own discoveries of human body ◦D◦D e humani corporis fabrica libri septem

4 William Harvey First to accurately describe how blood was pumped through the body, by the heart Fabricius taught him that veins had one way valves Explained how the heart moved blood in a circular pattern in the body He was the first to suggest that mammals reproduced by the fertilization of an egg by a sperm

5 Leonardo Da Vinci 1 st to use visuals instead of descriptions Wanted to explain anatomy and physiology Able to perform 30 dissections of the human body Saw organs as “Motors” and the body as a “Machine” Compared human proportion to geometry The body is a microcosm of the universe

6 Rembrandt “The Anatomy Lesson” Dr. Deijman dissection

7 Bibliography Patsons, William. "William Harvey ( )." BBC News. BBC, 30 Aug Web. 12 Sept Clayton, Martin, and Ron Philo. "Leonardo Da Vinci: Anatomist." University of Chicago Press. University of Chicago, 21 Oct Web. 12 Sept Veltman, Kim H. "Leonardo Da Vinci: Studies of the Human Body and Principles of Anatomy." Leonardo Da Vinci: Studies of the Human Body and Principles of Anatomy. University of Massachusetts, 29 Feb Web. 12 Sept Butler, Sasha. "Leonardo Da Vinci's Life." Leonardo Da Vinci. Da Vinci Life, 4 June Web. 12 Sept Moskowitz, Frederick J. "Leonardo's Vitruvian Man." The Vitruvian Man. Stanford University, 9 Jan Web. 12 Sept Stern, Athena. "Andreas Vesalius ( )." BBC News. BBC, 12 July Web. 12 Sept Lee, Christian. "Comparative Anatomy: Andreas Vesalius." Comparative Anatomy: Andreas Vesalius. University of Michigan, 5 Oct Web. 12 Sept Crocker, Bertha. "Welcome to the Rijksmuseum!" Rijksmuseum – The Museum of the Netherlands. Rijkmuseum, 5 May Web. 13 Sept https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en.https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en Lyons, Albert S. "The Greek Physician Galen." The Greek Physician Galen. Health Guidance, 22 Jan Web. 13 Sept Smith, Jonathan. "Medical Discoveries." Galen. Discoveries in Medicine, Feb.-Mar Web. 13 Sept Brown, Jillian. "William Harvey ( )." BBC News. BBC, 31 Oct Web. 13 Sept


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