The University of Wisconsin Medical School: A Chronicle, 1848–1948


Bartholin and Rudbeck. During the eighteenth century the humours and qualities of Galenic theory were gradually replaced by physico-chemical conceptions. In the nineteenth century the rise of the cell theory was reflected in hepatology by Purkinje and Henle's description of liver cell structure and crowned by Claude Bernard's characterization of the liver… (More)


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