Le sang est-il identique dans tous les vaisseaux qu'il parcourt? Garrison-Morton 1118. César Julien Jean Legallois.
Le sang est-il identique dans tous les vaisseaux qu'il parcourt? Garrison-Morton 1118

Le sang est-il identique dans tous les vaisseaux qu'il parcourt? Garrison-Morton 1118

Publisher Information: Paris: Lesguillez Frères, 1801.

Legallois, César Julien Jean (1770-1814). Le sang est-il identique dans tous les vaissaux qu’il parcourt? [2], 5-149, [1]pp. Paris: Chez l’auteur; de l’Imprimerie de Lesguilliez Frères, An X—1801. 193 x 126 mm. 20th-century quarter vellum, marbled boards, lightly rubbed, remains of paper label on spine. Minor foxing and toning, library stamp dated 1826 on title. 19th-century ownership inscription (illegible) on title.

First Edition. Legallois’s medical thesis, on whether blood is identical in all vessels through which it flows, anticipated the concept of internal secretion. “Legallois pointed out that although blood is identical in all the arteries, it changes as it passes through the various organs and thus one organ may by its products influences all the others. This dissertation revealed Legallois’s interest in experimental physiology and was widely appreciated as a model of physiological discussion” (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). Garrison-Morton.com 1118.

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