Andrea Alpago

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Andrea Alpago (1450 in Belluno – 1521 in Padua) was an Italian physician and arabist.[1] He worked in Damascus as physician to the Venitian consul. He is best known for his translation of medical texts by Ibn Sina. He was appointed professor of medicine in Padua in 1521, where he taught for only two months before his death.

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  1. ^ Alpago, Andrea, in the Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani (Volume 2 - 1960); by Giorgio Levi Della Vida; retrieved May 21, 2014
  2. ^ Bondke Persson, A.; Persson, P. B. "Form and function in the vascular system". Acta Physiologica 211 (3): 468–470. doi:10.1111/apha.12309.