The cell doctrine of brain function, as seen in three illustrated books, 1491-1543

From the WashU Becker Medical Library… We believe the earliest illustrations of the brain that can be found at Becker Library are in two books in from the 1490s: “Fasciculus medicinae, 1491” (facsimile 1988) and “Philosophia Pauperum (Philosophy for the simple),” 1496. In these books, as well as in  “Margarita Philosophica” by Gregor Reisch, 1508, in Olin Library special […]