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Marcello Malpighi (1628 – 1694) was an Italian biologist and physician who in 1666 first named the {{liver}} lobules - "''the livers of all vertebrates are conglomerate glands, being composed of lobules which in turn contain acini''". He is also known for the {{spleen}} and {{renal}} structures that bear his name: Malpighian bodies of the spleen (white pulp); Malpighian corpuscle (renal corpuscle). See also [[Paper_-_A_Study_of_the_Structural_Unit_of_the_Liver#Historical_Note|Mall's 1906 Liver Historical Note]]
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Marcello Malpighi (1628 – 1694) was an Italian biologist and physician who in 1666 first named the {{liver}} lobules - "''the livers of all vertebrates are conglomerate glands, being composed of lobules which in turn contain acini''". He is also known for structures that bear his name in the {{spleen}} ''Malpighian bodies'' (white pulp) and {{renal}} ''Malpighian corpuscle'' (renal corpuscle). See also [[Paper_-_A_Study_of_the_Structural_Unit_of_the_Liver#Historical_Note|Mall's 1906 Liver Historical Note]]
 
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Historic Embryology
Marcello Malpighi (1628 – 1694)

Marcello Malpighi (1628 – 1694) was an Italian biologist and physician who in 1666 first named the liver lobules - "the livers of all vertebrates are conglomerate glands, being composed of lobules which in turn contain acini". He is also known for structures that bear his name in the spleen Malpighian bodies (white pulp) and renal Malpighian corpuscle (renal corpuscle). See also Mall's 1906 Liver Historical Note