Lancisi

Lan·ci·si

(lahn-chē'zē),
Giovanni M., Italian physician, 1654-1720. See: Lancisi sign, striae lancisi.
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Se recomiendan los libros de Juan de Dios Lopez (1700-1770), Compendio Anatomico, de tres tomos, resumen como el senala, de la obra de Winslow y, el libro de Bonnels y Lacaba, catalan el primero y madrileno el segundo, Curso completo de anatomia del cuerpo, basado en Winslow, Vieussens, Willis, Ferrier, Malpighi, Valsalva y Lancisi.
1] Section of Pathological Anatomy, Polytechnic University of the Marche Region, School of Medicine, United Hospitals, Ancona, Italy; [2] Medical Oncology, Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Ospedali Riuniti Umberto I, GM Lancisi, G Salesi, Ancona, Italy; [3] School of Economics, University of Macerata, Macerata, Italy; [4] Department of Surgery, Cordoba University Medical School, Cordoba, Spain; [5] Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis
A study at the Lancisi Heart Institute in Ancona, Italy, involved a five-minute slow waltz, followed by a three-minute fast one, for a total of 21 minutes a time.
A study at the Lancisi Heart Institute in Italy, involved a five-minute slow waltz and a threeminute fast one for 21 minutes.
Giovanni Maria Lancisi (1654-1720) advocated that physical environment played a great role in disease spread in human and animal.
She leaves her daughter, Barbara French and her husband Willard French of Sterling and a son Paul Lancisi and his wife Theresa of Greenville, Maine.
2) Por ejemplo, Descartes pensaba en la glandula pineal, ubicada en el centro del cerebro; Willis en el cuerpo estriado; Vieussens en la masa de la sustancia blanca de los grandes hemisferios; Lancisi en el cuerpo calloso, estructura que une los hemisferios cerebrales, etc.
study author and director of cardiac rehabilitation at Lancisi Heart Institute in Ancona, Italy, presented the results at an American Heart Association meeting in Chicago.
1) La teoria miasmatica de la enfermedad fue enunciada por Thomas Syndenham (1624-1689) y Giovanni Maria Lancisi (1654-1720).
Dr Romualdo Belardinelli, director of cardiac rehabilitation at Lancisi Heart Institute in Ancona, said as many as 70% of patients drop out of vital post-heart attack exercise programmes.
Italian scientists from the Lancisi Heart Institute and the University of Ancona (Institute of Biochemistry) measured the effects of 300 mg per day (100 mg T.