Bartholin


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Bar·tho·lin

(bahr'tō-lĭn),
Thomas, Danish anatomist, 1616-1680. See: Bartholin anus.

Bar·tho·lin

(bahr'tō-lĭn),
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By providing information about even the most minute details, such as the appearance of the tokens used to gain admission to dissections, Bartholin leads readers on a visual tour of the anatomy house that not only places Copenhagen within a larger European context of anatomical education, but also contributes to our understanding of the ways in which dissection intersected with popular culture and the popularity of dissections in the seventeenth century.
However, from his reading of Bartholin and other antiquarians on the Norse tradition, Warton had become convinced that Fingal's struggle with ghosts had been taken over wholesale from the lore of Scandinavians.
Boerhaave studied the works of Vesalius and Caspar Bartholin and saw that integrating their achievements with Enlightenment medicine was crucial to uncovering and treating the causes of various ailments.
First noted in the late seventeenth century by Erasmus Bartholin, the polarization of light, also known as double refraction, occurs when certain transparent shapes, especially rock crystals, split into two the images they refract.
Experimentos hacia los que llamo la atencion Hacking, como los de Davy con el gas emitido por algas subacuaticas y los realizados por Bartholin con espato de Islandia, son buenos ejemplos de experimentacion cualitativa exploratoria.
En ambos lados de la entrada vaginal se encuentra la salida de las glandulas de Bartholin, las cuales, durante la excitacion sexual segregan gotas de un liquido altamente lubricante, que facilita la penetracion del pene.
13]), the responsibility is ours to make sure that the earlier views of Realdus Columbus and Gabriele Fallopius (both of whom anatomically "discovered" the clitoris), as well as the popularizations of Helkiah Crooke, Thomas Bartholin, Nicholas Culpepper, and Jane Sharp, make their way into the classroom.
Their contemporary at the University, Thomas Bartholin (1616-1680), built a collection of anatomical and natural history specimens (including minerals) which he used for the instruction of his students as Worm had done.
Thus, in 1669 a Danish physician, Erasmus Bartholin (1625-1698), obtained a transparent crystal of a type now called Iceland spar.
Physicians will now have access to Cook Medical's Word catheter, a silicone balloon catheter used to treat cysts of the Bartholin gland, company officials announced today.