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Epistola anatomica, problematica nona / Authore Andrea Ottomaro Goelicke ... ad virum clarissimum Fredericum Ruyschium. [With his reply] ... de cursu arteriarum per piam matrem cerebrum involventem, de tertia cerebri meninge, de arteriis membranarum cavitates ossis frontis supra narium radices & eas sub sella equina investientium, nec non de vasis arteriosis novis hepatis & diaphragmati diaphragmatis / authore Andrea Ottomaro Goelicke.

Goelicke, Andreas Ottomar, 1670 or 1671-1744.
Date
1679 [i.e. 1697]
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Amstelædami : Apud J. Wolters, 1679 [i.e. 1697]

Physical description

13 pages, 1 leaf : engr. illustrations ; (4to)

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Title vignette
Includes the reply by Ruysch
Ninth in a series of "Epistolae anatomicae" to Ruysch from various authors.

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