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Girolamo Fabrici - bibliography

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Biography

Italian surgeon and anatomist, born May 20, 1537, Aquapendente, Aquilia Tuscia near Orvieto; died May 21, 1619, Padua. His name is also given as: Hierunymus Fabricius ab Aquapendente, Girolamo Fabrizi, Hieronymus Fabritius, Girolamo Fabrizi d'Acquapendente.

Bibliography

 Fabrici published his results in several volumes, including:
•    De visione, voce, auditu. Venice, 1600.
•    De locutione et ejus instrumentis liber. Venice, 1601; Padua, 1603.
•    De brutorum loquela. 1603.
•    De venarum ostiolis. 1603.
•    De musculi artificio, ossium de articulationibus. 1614.
•    De respiratione et eius instrumentis, libri duo . . . . Padua, 1615.
•    De gula, ventriculo, intestinis tractatus. 1618.
•    De motu locali animalum secundum totum. 1618.
•    Hieronymi Senis De totius animalis integumentis opusculum. 1618.
•    Opera chirurgica. 1617.
•    De visione roce et et auditu. Venice, 1600; Padua, 1600.
 Consists of:
      - De oculo, visus organo, oculi dissecti historia.
        - De actione oculorum.
    - De necessitate et praestantia oculorum.
    - De utilitatibus tum totius oculi tum partium ipsius.
    - De larynge, vocis instrumente.
    - De laryngus actione.
    - De laryngis utilitatibus.
    - De aure, auditus organi, de dissectione et historia.
    - De actione auris, h.e. de auditu.
    - De utilitatibus, tum totius    auris, tum partium ilius. 
• Pentateuchos cheirurgicum publicis in academia l’atavina lectionibus ab auctore propositum 
  . . . lucique datum opera Joh. Hartm. Beyeri. 
  Frankfurt am Main, 1592 (page 554); 1608.
  Fabrici’s collected surgical works edited by a pupil of Fabrici, Johann Hartmann Beyer.
• Opera chirurgica, quorum pars prior libros quinque chirurgicae sum nomine Pentateuchi chirurgici 
  continet, posterior operationes chirurgicae.
  Paris, 1613¸ Frankfurt, 1620; Leyden, 1628; Padua 1641; 1647; German translation by Scultetus (Wundartznei) in Nürnberg, 1672. 
• Opera chirurgica in pentateuchum, et operationes chirurgicus distincta. Editio quinta et vigisima. Padua, Marco Cordini, 1666.
• De formato foetu. 1600; Padua 1604.
• De musculi artificio, de ossium articulationibus. Vicenza, 1614.
  Contains:    
        - De musculis.
    - De musculi fabrica.
    - De musculi actione.
    - De musculi utilitatibus.
    - De articulis.
    - De articulum structura.
    - De articulorum actione.
    - De articuli partium utilitatibus.
• De motu locali animalium secundum totum (de gressu, de volatu, de notatu, de reptatu. 
  Padua, 1618.
• De ventricoli, intestinis et gula. Padua, 1618.
• De totius animalis integumentis. Padua, 1618.
• Leipzig, 1657, 1687; a leter edition. Leiden, 1738, is more complete.
Guglielmo Romiti:
• Il merito anatomico di Girolamo Fabrizi d’Acquapendente. Lo sperimentale. April, 1883.
  Annali universali di medicina e chirurgia, 1883, 266 (9).
Hiernonymi Senis (assumed name for Fabrici)
• De cuticula, nec non de cute, pinguedine et membrana carnosa.
• Opera omnia anatomica et physiologica. Padua, 1625.

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