The death of Raphael: a reflection on bloodletting in the Renaissance

@article{Riva2020TheDO,
  title={The death of Raphael: a reflection on bloodletting in the Renaissance},
  author={Michele Augusto Riva and Maria Emilia Paladino and Marco Motta and Michael Belingheri},
  journal={Internal and Emergency Medicine},
  year={2020},
  volume={16},
  pages={243-244}
}
The year 2020 marks the fifth centenary from the death of the Italian painter Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (1483–1520), universally known as Raphael, one of the most eminent artists of the Renaissance. After 500 years, the cause of his death is still shrouded in mystery. The anniversary could represent a timely opportunity not only to take stock of the main theories regarding his decease, but also to make a few comments on medical treatments during the Renaissance, particularly on the… 
A conjunctival papilloma in Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino (1483–1520)?
TLDR
A self-portrait of Raphael from 1519, which, associated with previous descriptions concerning the artist's lifestyle, can provide some indication that Raphael had a clinical condition known as conjunctival papilloma.

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