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[Sabuco's suco nerveo and the origins of neurochemistry in the Spanish Renaissance].

@article{MartnAraguz2003SabucosSN,
  title={[Sabuco's suco nerveo and the origins of neurochemistry in the Spanish Renaissance].},
  author={A Mart{\'i}n Araguz and C Bustamante Mart{\'i}nez and V Fernandez Armayor},
  journal={Revista de neurologia},
  year={2003},
  volume={36 12},
  pages={
          1190-8
        }
}
INTRODUCTION In the 16th century, at the height of the Spanish Renaissance, Bachiller Miguel Sabuco revolutionised medical theories about brain physiology with the publication of his work Nueva Filosof a in 1587. This work, which is mysteriously attributed to his daughter Luisa Oliva, presents a surprisingly gynocentric ideology for its time and has been reprinted on numerous occasions since its first edition saw the light. Sabuco s ideas have been plagiarised by such renowned authors as… 
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