Aggeiologia, or, A description of the vessells in the body of man [microform] : of the three kinds, i.e. of the veins, arteries, and nerves, especially of those in the limbs and habit of the body : whereof there are also given anatomicall figures the largest and fairest that ever were published with any English book, in three tractates

translated out of the anatomie of Adrianus Spigelius by whom these parts are more largely and accurately described then by other authors, the more ful tractation whereof being a part of anatomie so usefull in order to chirurgicall operations hath been judged very worthy to be annexed unto this present work.
London : Printed by Richard Cotes for Iohn Clark ..., 1649.
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[4], 50 p. : ill.
Early English books, 1641-1700 ; 1493:13.

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