Alexander Monro (secundus)
Alexander Monro (
May 22, 1733– October 2, 1817) was a Scottish physician and medical educator. To distinguish him as the second of three generations of physicians of the same name, he is known as "secundus". His students included the naval physician and abolitionist Thomas Trotter.
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Alexander Monro (tertius) — Alexander Monro tertius (born November 5, 1773, Edinburgh; died March 10, 1859) followed his father and grandfather in becoming professor of anatomy at Edinburgh University. He is known as tertius due to the names of his two predecessors as… … Wikipedia
Alexander Monro — may refer to: Alexander Monro (educator), Principal of Edinburgh University, 1685–1690 Alexander Monro (primus) (1697–1767), Scottish physician, founder of Edinburgh Medical School Alexander Monro (secundus) (1733–1817), son of previous, Scottish … Wikipedia
Alexander Monro (primus) — To distinguish him as the first of three generations of physicians of the same name, he is known as primus .Monro was born of Scots parentage in London, and studied there, and at Paris and Leiden. He was appointed lecturer on Anatomy by the… … Wikipedia
Secundus — is the Latin word for second. However, it also had the meaning of favorable or lucky. It functions both as a proper name and a numeral title. It can refer to: PeopleRomans*Gaius Plinius Secundus (Pliny the Elder) *Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus … Wikipedia
Monro-Kellie-Hypothese — Die Monro Kellie Doktrin, auch Monro Kellie Hypothese genannt, besagt, dass die Summe der drei Komponenten: Gehirngewebe, Blut, und Liquor cerebrospinalis innerhalb der Schädelhöhle stets gleich bleiben muss, um den intrakraniellen Druck konstant … Deutsch Wikipedia
Monro-Kellie-Doktrin — Die Monro Kellie Doktrin, auch Monro Kellie Hypothese genannt, besagt, dass die Summe der drei Komponenten: Gehirngewebe, Blut, und Liquor cerebrospinalis innerhalb der Schädelhöhle stets gleich bleiben muss, um den intrakraniellen Druck konstant … Deutsch Wikipedia
Monro bursa foramen line sulcus — Mon·ro bursa, foramen, line, sulcus (mən roґ) [Alexander Monro (Secundus), Scottish anatomist and surgeon, 1733â€“1817] see bursa intratendinea olecrani, foramen interventriculare, and sulcus hypothalamicus, and see under line … Medical dictionary
Monro family — Family of Scottish physicians. Three generations of the family made the University of Edinburgh an international centre of medical teaching, holding the chair of anatomy for 126 years (1720–1846) without interruption. Alexander primus (b. Sept. 8 … Universalium
Monro, Alexander, secundus — ▪ Scottish physician, anatomist, and educator born March 10, 1733, Edinburgh died Oct. 2, 1817, Edinburgh physician who, with his father, Alexander primus (1697–1767), and his son, Alexander tertius (1773–1859), played a major role in… … Universalium
Monro, Alexander, primus — ▪ Scottish physician and professor of anatomy born Sept. 8, 1697, London died July 10, 1767, Edinburgh physician, first professor of anatomy and surgery at the newly founded University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, University of) medical school … Universalium