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Table 7 De formato foetu liber singularis (1626)

Adriaan van den Spiegel (1578-1625)

Spiegel and Casseri: De formato foetu liber singularis (1626)

Published posthumously by Spigelius' son-in-law, the physician Liberalis L. Crema of Padua.

Text of Adriaan van de Spiegel accompanied by the plates of Giulio Casseri, edited by Liberalis Crema. Illustrations by Odoardo Fialetti, engraved by Francesco Valesio. 9 engraved pages of fetal anatomy.

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Online Editor - Note the detail drawing at the fetal umbilicus of the placental vein (E), the two placental arteries (F) and the allantois (G).



Spiegel 1626 Links: Table 7 | Table 5 | Table 5 Fig 1 | Table 5 Fig 2 | Placenta Development | Embryology History

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Spiegel A. and Casseri G. De formato foetu liber singularis. (1626) Padua: Io. Bap. de Martinis & Livius Pasquatus. NLM

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