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16th century acid alkaloid anatomist ancient animals appeared in English applied Arabic Archigenes Aristotle artery associated bacillus became blood body bone brain called canal cartilage cells Celsus chemical chemist chemistry clinical colour compound condition cord corpuscles derived described and named diminutive Dioscorides discovered discovery disease duct early England Erasistratus especially Fallopius fever fibres fluid French Galen German gland Greek term heart Herophilus Hippocrates inflammation injection instrument intestine introduced invented investigated Julius Pollux known larynx later Latin Latin term Latin—a ligament lished meaning medicine membrane ment metal method modern muscle nerve nervous system noted observations obtained old term oleum organ origin ovum oxygen Paracelsus Paris pathology physician Physiology plant Professor of Anatomy published referred Romans Rufus of Ephesus salt Sanskrit scribed skin so-named spelling spinal structure substance suffix surgeon surgery syphilis theory tion tissue treatise tube tumour urine uterus various veins Vesalius vessels word