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Myographia nova; or, A graphical description of all the muscles in the humane body, as they arise in dissection: distributed into six lectures ...  Together with a philosophical and mathematical account of the mechanism of muscular motion,and an accurate ... discourse of the heart and its use, with the circulation of the blood, &c. ... Preview this item
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Myographia nova; or, A graphical description of all the muscles in the humane body, as they arise in dissection: distributed into six lectures ... Together with a philosophical and mathematical account of the mechanism of muscular motion,and an accurate ... discourse of the heart and its use, with the circulation of the blood, &c. ...

Author: John BrowneJean BernoulliGiulio Cesare CasseriBernard ConnorRichard LowerAll authors
Publisher: London, Printed by Tho. Milbourn for the Author, 1698.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Browne; Jean Bernoulli; Giulio Cesare Casseri; Bernard Connor; Richard Lower; William Molins; Charles Scarburgh, Sir
OCLC Number: 14320155
Notes: "A treatise of muscular dissection. A letter to ... William Briggs ... By Dr. Connor ...": p. i-x. - "Mathematical disquisitions concerning muscular motion; communicated in the Lypswick Transactions by John Bernoullius ...": p. 171-176. -"An appendix of the heart ... Written by ... Dr. Lower ...": p. 177-183.
First published in 1681 under title A compleat treatise of the muscles. The description of the muscles is based on William Molins' ..., and the plates partly on Giulio Casserio's Tabula anatomicae.
Description: [8], viii, [20], x, 9-186 p. : front. (port.), illus., plates. ; 33 cm.
Contents: A letter to the learned Dr. William Briggs ... : wherein ... the mechanism of vital, and other muscular motions, is examin'd ... / by Dr. Connor ... --
Mathematical disquisitions concerning muscular motion / communicated in the Lypswick Transactions by John Bernoullius ... --
An appendix of the heart and its use : with the circulation of the blood, and the parts of which the sanguinary mass is made of, &c. / [written by ... Dr. Lower ...].

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