Vesalius andreas

Vesalius, Andreas

(Science: person) flemish anatomist, 1514-1564.

See: vesalius bone, vesalius' foramen, vesalius' vein.

Andreas was a man who learned about our bodies and how they function. He studied at the university of Louvain, university of paris, and the university of Padua. He wrote the 7 volumed novel about the human body, De Humani Cororis Fabrica.

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