Hensen Hen·sen (hěn'zən), (Christian Andreas) Viktor. 1835-1924.
German physiologist noted for his research in embryology and his studies of the sense organs.
"I was not aware that there was a volunteer system in England," said the aid, whom we now understood was Colonel hensen.
It corresponds to the menstruation of the human female (hensen).
The governor hesitated for a moment, and then gave Colonel hensen directions to comply with my request.
hensen said that abstinence is not to be unconditionally approved.
"You can do nothing with them," said Colonel hensen, joining us, and noticing the condition of the machines.
Reichert and hensen regard it as an outgrowth of the uterine wall, while the body within its free apex is regarded as the ovum.
Against the observations of hensen, there ought, however, to be mentioned those of Lieberkhn.
Latrobe will readily understand why you are not present, and if he does not, I will get Colonel hensen to explain the reason.
Colonel hensen advanced to meet us as we entered, and then, in due form, presented us to the governor.
It appears to me reasonable to conclude that Lieberkhn's statements do not seriously weaken the certainty of hensen's results.