Harvey, William

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Harvey, William

(hăr′vē)
British physician, 1578–1657, who described the circulation of the blood.
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Harvey, William

(1578–1657) English physician who discovered the mechanism of the human blood circulation, in which blood flows away from the heart in arteries and towards the heart in veins.
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Harvey,

William, English physician, 1578-1657.
Harvey sign - related to venous refill.
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His major breakthrough came when Joe Harvey signed him for Workington, then in the Football League of course.
"Wyn was carted off, but when he got fit the next season Harvey signed him for Newcastle and he won the Fairs Cup."