Magendie

[ma-zhahn-dee]
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Historical Examples of magendie

  • Experiments were made both by Magendie and Breschet in 1813.

    Curiosities of Medical Experience

    J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen

  • Of Magendie's cruel disposition there seems only too abundant evidence.

    Vivisection

    Albert Leffingwell

  • These observations are confirmed by some experiments made on living animals by the celebrated French physiologist, Magendie.

    Select Temperance Tracts

    American Tract Society

  • According to Magendie, this salt sometimes agrees with patients who cannot bear the acetate.

  • Magendie attributes the nutritious principle to the greater or lesser proportion of nitrogen or azote.

    Curiosities of Medical Experience

    J. G. (John Gideon) Millingen