Phlebological Review
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1/2021
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Editorial

30 years of the Polish Society of Phlebology – how it all happened

Tomasz Drążkiewicz
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Department of Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Procedures, the John Paul II Hospital, Kraków, Poland
Phlebological Review 2021; 29, 1: 3–18
Online publish date: 2021/06/04
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HE FIRST MENTION OF VEINS IN THE HISTORY OF MEDICINE



Ancient history

4th/3rd century B.C.

Hippocrates (c. 460–c. 377 BC), Greek physician, one of the precursors of modern medicine (author of Corpus Hippocraticum), known as the father of medicine.

2nd century A.D.

Galen – Claudius Galenus (129–200 A.D.), Roman doctor of Greek origin, anatomist, philosopher, talented researcher, and writer, one of the most outstanding ancient doctors. He described, among other things, the heart valves and the differences between the arteries and veins. He established that blood flowed through the arteries and veins, not air, as previously thought.
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