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Girolamo Fracastoro (Latin: Hieronymus Fracastorius; c. 1476/8 – 6 August 1553) was an Italian physician, poet, and scholar in mathematics, geography and astronomy.Fracastoro subscribed to the philosophy of atomism, and rejected appeals to hidden causes in scientific investigation.

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Girolamo Fracastoro: Girolamo Fracastoro, Italian physician, poet, astronomer, and geologist, who proposed a scientific germ theory of disease more than 300 years before its empirical formulation by Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch. At the University of Padua Fracastoro was a colleague of the astronomer Copernicus. As a

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Rabies was discovered as a human disease by Girolamo Fracastoro, a 16th century Italian physician. The disease has been recognized as an animal disease for thousands of years. The rabies vaccine was developed in 1885 by Louis Pasteur. Rabies is caused by a virus that enters the body through the bite from an infected animal.

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Rabies, from the Latin word “to rage,” has been recognized for over 4000 years. In the 16th century, an Italian physician Girolamo Fracastoro discovered that rabies was a fatal disease affecting humans as well as animals, calling it "an incurable wound”.

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Girolamo Fracastoro was an Italian physician, poet, astronomer, and geologist born in the late fifteenth century into a distinguished Venetian family. Starting his education at home, he was later sent to the University of Padua, where he studied literature, philosophy, medicine, anatomy, mathematics and astronomy.

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Rabies in medieval Persian literature – the Canon of Avicenna (980–1037 AD) ... Rabies is an acute, ... In the 16 th century, Girolamo Fracastoro (1478–1553), an Italian physician, introduced breaks in human skin by an animal bite as an essential event for the occurrence of rabies .

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Fracastoro, Girolamo Born 1478 in Verona; died there Aug. 8, 1553. Italian Renaissance physician, astronomer, and poet. In 1502, Fracastoro graduated from the university in Padua and subsequently became a professor there. His first scientific works dealt with geology (the history of the earth), geography, optics (light refraction), astronomy ...

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History of Rabies, Animation |Timeline | Rabies history | Timeline of rabies | history of rabies vaccine | Louis Pasteur | Rabies vaccine 1548: Girolamo Fracastoro : Found rabies transmission ...

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Girolamo Fracastoro, an Italian physician, suggested that rabies occurred in humans only when the skin was broken by an animal bite. In 1793, Samuel Bardsley, a physician at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, published his observations on rabies. He said that rabies was contagious and suggested that all dogs imported into Britain should be put ...

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Additionally, ingesting the liver of the mad dog, crayfish eyes, cock's brain, or cock's comb were recommended for rabies prophylaxis. During the Renaissance, Italian physician and savant Girolamo Fracastoro published The Incurable Wound, a treatise describing a clinical case of rabies infection in humans. His vivid descriptions of the patient ...