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Erasistratus, Antiochus, and Psychosomatic. Medicine. C.
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PRECISE dates in the life of Erasistratus cannot be ascertained.
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medicine (Erasistratus) that the pulse in the parts of the body nearest
medicine (Erasistratus) that the pulse in the parts of the body nearest the heart appeared earlier than at the extremities.

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Human Dissection – From Galen to the Great Revelations of Andreas Vesalius
Two early Greek physicians, Erasistratus and Herophilus made the first systematic, scientific explorations of the human body, and they are now thought to be the first physiologist and the founder of human anatomy, respectively.

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Erasistratus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Erasistratus (Greek: Ἐρασίστρατος; 304 BC – 250 BC) was a Greek anatomist and royal physician under Seleucus I Nicator of Syria.
Erasistratus of Chios (ca. 304-ca. 250 BC) -- from Eric Weisstein's
After the work of Erasistratus, the use of dissection and study of anatomy declined . Herophilus.
Erasistratus Biography (304 B.C.-250 B.C.)
Erasistratus, considered the father of physiology, was born on the island ofChios in ancient Greece.
Erasistratus: Biography from
Erasistratus Erasistratus (304 BC-250 BC) is best known for his works on human cadavers and his knowledge of the human body.
Erasistratus Of Ceos (Greek physician) -- Britannica Online
Erasistratus Of Ceos (Greek physician), c. 250 bc Greek anatomist and physician in Alexandria, regarded by some as the founder of physiology.

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