Anthropometria, sive, De mutua membrorum corporis humani proportione, & naevorum harmonia libellus.
Francofurti ad Oderam: praelo Andreae Becmani, 1663.
"Elsholtz was the first physician to study anthropomety and human proportion" (Morton).
"German physician who wrote an early treatise on blood transfusion in 1665" (Dictionary of the History of Medicine, p. 280).
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