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blood circulationBlutkreislauf (ger.)

  • The continual flow of blood from the heart, through branching arteries, to reach and traverse the microscopic vessels in all parts of the body, reconverging in the veins and returning to the heart, to flow thence through the lungs and back to the heart to start the circuit again. (The Oxford Companion to the Body 2001)

    Huic sangunis circulationi ex dextro cordis ventriculo per pulmones in sinistrum eiusdem ventriculum optimè respondent ea quae ex dissectione apparent.

    Cesalpin, A. (1571). Peripateticarum quaestionum libri quinque: 112 (V, 4).

Arcieri, J.P. (1945). The Circulation of the Blood and Andreas Cesalpino.

Pagel, W. (1951). Wiliam Harvey and the purpose of circulation. Isis 42, 22-38.

Whitteridge, G. (1971). William Harvey and the Circulation of the Blood.