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Paper, 'An account of some uncommon anastomoses of the spermatic vessells [vessels] in a woman' by Cromwell Mortimer

Reference number: CLP/12ii/43

Date: 1728

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Mortimer describes his observations of links of communication between spermatic arteries and veins in a woman whose autopsy was performed in Paris. Engraved figure from 'Philosophical Transactions' attached.

Subject: Anatomy

Published in Philosophical Transactions as 'An account of some uncommon anastomoses of the spermatic vessels in a woman'.

Read to the Royal Society on 30 May 1728.

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CLP/12ii/43
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1728
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6 pages
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Manuscript

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Cromwell Mortimer

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Cromwell Mortimer, Paper, 'An account of some uncommon anastomoses of the spermatic vessells [vessels] in a woman' by Cromwell Mortimer, 1728, CLP/12ii/43, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/clp_12ii_43/paper-an-account-of-some-uncommon-anastomoses-of-the-spermatic-vessells-vessels-in-a-woman-by-cromwell-mortimer, accessed on 13 April 2024

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