Tratado de anatomía general, que comprende el estudio de los principios inmediatos, elementos anatómicos, líquidos del organismo, tejidos, sistemas y aparatos orgánicos...
MAESTRE DE SAN JUAN Y MUÑOZ, AURELIANO.

Madrid Moya y Plaza 1872 First Edition 8vo. Original quarter calf and pebble cloth boards. Spine with panels defined by tooling and gilt; title in gilt in upper panel. Minor rubbing to spine and coreners, small loss to cloth on fron cover. Collation: viii, 1039, [1-Ads]pp. + 136 in text figures, errata on p.[1036]. Text has only occasional minor spotting.teacher in 1854 when he was n the Departments of Physiology and Clinical Medicine during the cholera epidemic of that year. Between 1863 and 1867 he completed his training with appointments in different laboratories in France, Germany, Britain and the Netherlands to learn of progress being made in histology. In time he became head of the Department of Histology and Pathology at the Central University in Madrid where Santiago Ramon y Cajal was one of his students. Dr. Cajal superseded Dr. Maestre in anatomical investigations and techniques, particularly of all elements of the nervous system. Dr. Cajal notes in his biography that "Dr. Master was an excellent teacher who knew how to communicate his enthusiasm to those around him, I owe favors unforgettable. After having sponsored the ceremony of investiture of doctor strongly encouraged me during my trials researcher, strengthening confidence in my own strength. The cards acknowledging receipt of my publications constituted moral tonic for me the first order." Due to a tragic accident in 1888 with spilt caustic soda he became blind and hand severe mental agony, ending with his death in 1890. The book offered here is Dr. Masetre s first publication based on his numerous researches, some of which had appeared in journal articles. (La web de las Biografias) Very good Quarter calf (Item ID: 0000703)

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Don Aureliano Maestre de San Juan was born Granada on October 17, 1828. He studied medicine with particular interest in anatomy influenced by the teaching of Mark Viñals who directed him towards early morphological studies. He distinguished himself in Anatomy as a substitute teacher in 1854 when he was n the Departments of Physiology and Clinical Medicine during the cholera epidemic of that year. Between 1863 and 1867 he completed his training with appointments in different laboratories in France, Germany, Britain and the Netherlands to learn of progress being made in histology. In time he became head of the Department of Histology and Pathology at the Central University in Madrid where Santiago Ramon y Cajal was one of his students. Dr. Cajal superseded Dr. Maestre in anatomical investigations and techniques, particularly of all elements of the nervous system. Dr. Cajal notes in his biography that "Dr. Master was an excellent teacher who knew how to communicate his enthusiasm to those around him, I owe favors unforgettable. After having sponsored the ceremony of investiture of doctor strongly encouraged me during my trials researcher, strengthening confidence in my own strength. The cards acknowledging receipt of my publications constituted moral tonic for me the first order." Due to a tragic accident in 1888 with spilt caustic soda he became blind and hand severe mental agony, ending with his death in 1890. The book offered here is Dr. Masetre s first publication based on his numerous researches, some of which had appeared in journal articles. (La web de las Biografias)

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