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An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures

Harvey, William

An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures

by Harvey, William

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Published by Blackwell Scientific Publications, distributed in the U.S. by J. B. Lippincott in Oxford, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blood -- Circulation -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Harvey ; translated with introd. and notes by Gweneth Whitteridge.
    ContributionsWhitteridge, Gweneth.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP101 .H36 1976
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxii, 142 p., [3] leaves of plates ;
    Number of Pages142
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4604482M
    ISBN 100632000597
    LC Control Number77367653
    OCLC/WorldCa2898060

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Get this from a library. An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures. [William Harvey; Gweneth Whitteridge]. William Harvey's book, demonstrating the circulation of the blood (), is probably the most important medical text ever published.

Written in Latin, it has been several times translated into English, most recently in by Kenneth Franklin. He provided a good translation and also included in Cited by: 1. Buy Anatomical Disputation Concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures by WHITTERIDGE (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : WHITTERIDGE. Editions for On The Motion Of The Heart And Blood In Animals: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), In Chapter V of his famous book, An anatomical disputation concerning The Movement of the Heart and Blood in living creatures (), Harvey described the heart's primary movement as a.

William Harvey: an anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, London. (On the movement of the heart and blood in animals).

Harvey proved that blood flowed from the left ventricle of the heart, through the arteries of the body and then into the veins.

His experiments and major treatise, An Anatomical Disputation concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures (), are considered one of the first demonstrations of the method of hypothesis testing and experimentation.

While Harvey frequently drew analogies between the pumping action of the heart and mechanical pumps, he. Abstract. English anatomist William Harvey (–), and especially his De motu cordis (), played a prominent role in the rise of mechanical and experimental approaches to natural philosophy in the seventeenth century.

Famously, he compares the expansion of the arteries to the inflation of a glove or the expansion of a bladder; the motion of the heart to that of interlocking gears and Cited by: 3.

An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures. Topics: Book Reviews. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Provided by:. An Anatomical Disputation concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford () (Whitteridge G, translator) Google ScholarCited by: 2.

Author(s): Harvey,William,; Whitteridge,Gweneth Title(s): An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures/ by William Harvey ; translated with introduction and notes by Gweneth Whitteridge. An Anatomical Disputation Concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures August JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association Lester S.

King. An Anatomical Dissertation upon the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Animals Being a Statement of the Discovery of the Circulation of the Blood; Facsimile Reprint of Frankfurt with a Translation and Memoir (Canterbury: G. Moreton, ), Although no translator is credited, the memoir is signed ‘B’ likely for : Marjorie O’Rourke Boyle.

An anatomical disputation concerning the move­ment of the heart and blood in living creatures. Translated by Whitteridge, G. Oxford: Blackwell Scientific by: Origins of Systems Biology in William Harvey’s Masterpiece on the Movement of the Heart and the Blood in Animals.

An Anatomical Disputation Concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures. Blackwell; Oxford, U.K.: Cited by: An Anatomical Disputation Concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures By Cyril A Clarke Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: Cyril A Clarke.

William Harvey: An Anatomical Disputation concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures, trans. Gweneth Whitteridge (Oxford/London: Blackwell Scientific Publications, ), p. 75; see also The Anatomical Exercises of Dr.

William Harvey: De Motu Cordis, ; De Circulatione Sanguinis, the First English Text of Cited by: 5. Harvey, William, An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures, trans. with introduction and notes by Gweneth Whitteridge (Oxford, ) (cited below as Harvey, De motu cordis, ), Introduction, xvii – xix.

Google ScholarCited by: Alan Saunders: The dedication to William Harvey's Anatomical Disputation Concerning the Movement of the Heart and Blood in Living Creatures.

It was published in as Exercitatio anatomica de.An anatomical disputation concerning the movement of the heart and blood in living creatures (Translated from Latin by G. Whitteridge). Oxford: Blackwell Scientific Publications, (ISBN.