Erasistratus found out the cause of his illness, which was straightway cured by Seleucus giving up his wife to his own son.
Now Erasistratus had just arrived from Sicily and that part of the world.
Moreover, the doctrines of Erasistratus bear much resemblance to those of the Chinese.
Many of the companions of the royal pair, among them Erasistratus, accompanied them.
Herophilus and Erasistratus were distinguished physicians and anatomists, and the authors of several medical works.
What would Erasistratus have said if he had been alive, and had been asked this question?
One might obviously say that they draw their supply from the veins.213 But Erasistratus will not have it so.
But they certainly will not abandon their reverence for Erasistratus.
She earnestly entreated him to apply to the great physician Erasistratus again, and Hermon willingly consented.
And this was the objection which Erasistratus rationally made against Plato.
Erasistratus Er·a·sis·tra·tus (ěr'ə-sĭs'trə-təs), fl. c. 250 b.c.
Greek physician and anatomist. Through observation and dissection he advanced the understanding of the brain, heart, and motor and sensory nerves.