The Libellus de dentibus (Pamphlet on the Teeth) was the first treatise on dental anatomy, published by the Italian anatomist Bartolomeo Eustachi, in 1563.
- Bartolomeo Eustachi – Wikipedia
Bartolomeo Eustachi (1500 or 1514 – 27 August 1574), also known by his Latin name of Eustachius was one of the founders of the science of human anatomy.
- A Little Treatise on the Teeth – Science History Publications
Being a translation and facsimile edition of the first authoritative book on dentistry, Libellus de Dentibus (1563), edited and introduced by David A. Chernin and …
- Eustachio and “Libellus de dentibus” the first book devoted to the …
J Hist Dent. 2000 Mar;48(1):25-30. Eustachio and “Libellus de dentibus” the first book devoted to the structure and function of the teeth. Shklar G(1), Chernin D.
- Bartolomeo Eustachi facts, information, pictures | Encyclopedia.com …
Bartolomeo was the son of Mariano, a physician, and Francesca (Benvenuti) Eustachi. He had a good humanistic education, in the course of which he acquired …
- Bartolomeo Eustachi – Whonamedit – dictionary of medical eponyms
Relatively little is known about the life of this great anatomist Bartolomeo Eustachi. He was born in San Severino, most probably in the district of Ancona, but …
- Bartolomeo Eustachi (1520?-1574) | Vaulted Treasures: Historical …
Bartolomeo Eustachi of “Eustachian tube” fame was a sixteenth-century contemporary of Vesalius. He spent most of his professional career in Rome where he …
- Bartolomeo Eustachius and the Discovery of Adrenal Glands …
Nov 15, 2009 – Bartolomeo Eustachio was born in 1524 in San Severino Marche, a little town situated in the center of Italy and belonging at that time to the …