1.16 Cervello e Chirurgia Cranica 1801-1850

..-… LE ROY

 

1825. Le-Roy, La Medicina Curativa ossia La Purgazione, diretta a togliere la causa delle malattie, riconosciuta e analizzata in quest’opera e comprovata dai fatti. Del sig. Le-Roy, Chirurgo pratico e consulente di Parigi. Parte Prima. Venezia, Parolari Tip. Editore, 1825.

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1825.  La Medicina Curativa ossia La Purgazione, diretta a togliere la causa delle malattie, riconosciuta e analizzata in quest’opera e comprovata dai fatti. Del sig. Le-Roy, Chirurgo pratico e consulente di Parigi. Parte Seconda. Venezia, Parolari Tip. Editore, 1825.

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1755-1815. MASCAGNI PAOLO

 

1823. MASCAGNI Pauli, ANATOMIAE UNIVERSAE, Pauli Mascagni Icones, Pisis, Apud Nicolaum Capurro, MCCCXXIII.

Nervi e Vasi.

Cranio, Falce durale, Nervi e Vasi.

Cervello in sezioni e catena di gangli nervosi del simpatico toraco addominale.

Colonna vertebrale con midollo, radici e plessi venosi. Viste della base cranica, della meninge e superficie cerebrale, base encefalica, nervi coccigei.

Sezioni sagittali mediane dell’encefalo.

Sezioni sagittali mediane della dura.

 

 

 

1800. Medicina in Azerbaijan.

All’inizio del XIX secolo i khanati settentrionali dell’Azerbaijan (Shirvan, Baku, Nakhchivan, Guba, Talysh, Karabakh, Shaki, Dardand, ecc.) Furono conquistati da Rusia, mentre i khanati meridionali (Tabriz, Khoy, Ardabil, ecc. .) era stato subordinato all’Iran.
Durante la conquista russa nel 1813-1918, le cliniche russe furono aperte in tutto l’Azerbaigian settentrionale. Tuttavia prima dell’era sovietica (1920-1991), c’erano anche le tradizionali drogherie (attar dukani) nel nord dell’Azerbaijan. Nel sud (iraniano) le cliniche e gli speziali orientali dell’Azerbaijan continuarono a dominare. Abdul Khalig AkhundovLeft: Abdul Khalig Akhundov.
Nel 1892, lo studioso azerbaigiano Abdul-Khalig Akhundov gettò le basi di studi accademici sulla storia della medicina in Azerbaigian. Ha studiato e tradotto la famosa enciclopedia del IX secolo sulla farmacia di Abu Mansur Al-Haravi e altre opere. Il libro è stato stampato in Germania.
Nel 1895, fu creata la Baku Medical Society. I fondatori furono il Dr. Mammad-Reza Vekilov, il Dr. Kerimbey Mehmandarov, ecc. Dr. Khudadat RafibeyliLeft: Dr. Khudadat Rafibeyli.

Da Farid Alakbarli. Important Dates in the History of Medicine in Azerbaijan. http://www.alakbarli.aamh.az/index.files/4.htm © “Elm”. History & Heritage Website.

 

 

 

1840. Trephine set by W. & H. Hutchinson, Sheffield.

A  c. 1840s trephine set by W. & H. Hutchinson, Sheffield. The set is complete with all of its original instruments. The handles are made of horn. The trephine has an exceptionally fancy stem and the steel sliding pin mechanism of the crowns is coated in a spectacular bluing. The Hey’s saw has a most unusually shaped-head. Several of the instruments are marked and the maker’s embossed-card is attached to the lining of the inner lid. The card also has the notation $16. This is a set that would have been sold initially in the U.S. as new stock, and Hutchinson is a well-known exporter of surgical instruments to mid-nineteenth century America.  See Bennion, p. 321.

Da http://antiquescientifica.com/archive4.htm

 

 

 

1797-1849 BOURGERY JEAN-BAPTISTE MARK

Jean-Baptiste Marc Bourgery (May 19, 1797 – June 1849) was a French physician and anatomist who was a native of Orléans. In 1815 he began his studies in Paris, where he attended courses given by naturalist Jean Baptiste Lamarck (1744–1829). From 1817 to 1820 he worked as an interne at Parisian hospitals, and subsequently spent several years as a medical officer at the copper foundries in Romilly-sur-Seine. In 1827 he returned to Paris and received his medical doctorate.

In 1830 he began work on Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme comprenant la médecine operatoire., a masterpiece on human anatomy that was published in eight volumes. Bourgery worked on the atlas until his death in 1849, with the last volume being published posthumously. The finished work contained 2108 pages of folio-sized text and 726 hand-colored lithographs. The illustrative work was performed by Nicolas-Henri Jacob (1782–1871), who was a student of famed painter Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825).

The first five volumes of Traité complet de l’anatomie de l’homme dealt with descriptive anatomy; volumes six and seven covered surgical anatomy; and the last volume discussed general and philosophical anatomy. It is considered to be one of the most comprehensive and beautifully illustrated anatomical works ever published.

1841. Bourgery J-B. M.,  Trattato completo dell’Anatomia dell’Uomo riguardante la Medicina Operatoria ossia Anatomia Chirurgica del Dott. Bourgeri, con tavole lithografiche disegnate dal vero con Atlante. T1. Firenze, 1841.