Author:Albrecht von Haller

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Albrecht von Haller
Swiss naturalist, anatomist, physiologist, and poet
Albrecht von Haller


  • Dr. Albert Haller's physiology, 1754 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2)
  • Dissertation on the sensible and irritable parts of animals, 1755 (external scan)
  • Pathological observations, chiefly from dissections of morbid bodies, 1756 (external scan)
  • First lines of physiology, 1779 (external scan)
  • Letters from Baron Haller to his daughter: on the truths of the Christian religion. 1780 (external scan)
  • Anatomical description of the arteries of the human body, 1813 (external scan)
  • The moderate monarchy, 1849 (external scan)
  • Chronic infectious diseases and Diseases of the liver and portal vein, with the chapter relating to interstitial pneumonia in "Cyclopædia of the practice of medicine", 1874 (external scan)

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