Hermann, Dutch physician, 1668-1738. See: Boerhaave syndrome.
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They found the doctor seated in his little study, clad in his dark camlet[1] robe of knowledge, with his black velvet cap, after the manner of Boerhaave,[2] Van Helmont,[3] and other medical sages, a pair of green spectacles set in black horn upon his clubbed nose, and poring over a German folio that reflected back the darkness of his physiognomy.
[2] Hermann Boerhaave (1668-1738), a celebrated Dutch physician and philosopher.
Studies have shown that 31% of EoE patients have complications, from which 19% present vertical mucosal lacerations, 8% esophageal perforation with pneumomediastinum, and only 3% Boerhaave's syndrome [10, 11].
European Museum of the Year award went to Rijksmuseum Boerhaave from Holland and Council of Europe Museum Award, which went to Wartime Childhood Museum in 2018, went to Communication Museum from Bern this year.
Zimmerli, "Invasive candidiasis complicating spontaneous esophageal perforation (Boerhaave syndrome)," American Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
Linnaeus's innovations competed with other taxonomic systems at that time, by Ray, Morison, Rivinus, Tournefort, Herman, Boerhaave, Ludwig, and Magnol.
En ocasiones, el diagnostico diferencial puede ser dificil, dada la presencia de sintomas similares entre las diferentes patologias, entre ellos [9, 18]: el sindrome de Boerhaave, que consiste en la ruptura de la pared esofagica posterior a episodios emeticos severos y se caracteriza por la presencia de dolor toracico severo; enfisema subcutaneo; mediastinitis; fiebre e hipotension; sindrome coronario agudo; pericarditis; neumonia; neumotorax, y tromboembolismo pulmonar.
Hassler states that Darwin read Boerhaave, Haller, and David Hartley, and calls him a mechanist and "a materialist of the extreme La Mettrie type," referencing Julien Offray de La Mettre, author of L'Homme Machine (1748), The Comedian as the Letter D: Erasmus Darwin's Comic Materialism (Martinus Nijhoff: The Hague, 1973), vii, 24-25.
Over the course of medical history, there were descriptions of neurological conditions by individuals such as Hippocrates, Aristotle, Vesalius, and Boerhaave, all of whom contributed to the field (8).
Las autoridades invocadas por Johnson en este texto en concreto son cuatro: el medico holandes Herman Boerhaave, Horacio, Aristoteles y Tomas Moro.