Adriaan van den Spiegel (1578–1625): Anatomist, physician, and botanist

@article{Ghosh2014AdriaanVD,
  title={Adriaan van den Spiegel (1578–1625): Anatomist, physician, and botanist},
  author={Sanjib Kumar Ghosh and Suranjali Sharma and Sudipa Biswas and Soumya Chakraborty},
  journal={Clinical Anatomy},
  year={2014},
  volume={27}
}
Adriaan van den Spiegel (1578–1625) was a Flemish anatomist and physician. He was one of the most prominent anatomists at the University of Padua during the 17th century and became professor of anatomy and surgery there in 1619. He was privileged to have two of the most accomplished anatomists of that period, Fabricius ab Aquapendente and Iulius Casserius, as his teachers. His anatomical works were published after his death by his pupil Bucretius and his son‐in‐law Liberalis Crema, with… 
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