Tulp, Nicolaas (1593-1674).|
Nicolai Tulpii amstelodamensis exconsulis Observationes medicae.
Lugduni Batavorum : Apud Joh. de Vivie, vid. & fil. C. Boutesteyn, Andr. Dyckhuysen, & J.A. Langerak, 1716
"One of the earliest accounts of beri-beri is in this work. Tulp, notable as the demonstrator in Rembrandt's "Anatomy Lesson", was among the first, in the same book, to describle the ileo-caecal calve (Tulp's valve)" (Morton's).
"Dutch anatomist who was the mayor of Amsterdam and defended the city against the French in 1672" (A Dictionary of the History of Medicine, Anton Sebastian).
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