Physician who wrote one of the most influential books on human anatomy, On the Fabric of the Human Body, and is considered the founder of modern anatomy.
He had to flee the chaos caused by tensions between the Holy Roman Empire and France.
His work led to the discovery and identification of most of the body's major systems.
His parents were named Isabel Crabbe and Andries van Wesele.
Another famous physician like him is William Harvey.
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