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Magnus Pegel (or Pegelius) (15 May 1547 – 1619) was a German doctor and mathematician. Pegel was born in Rostock and was one of the first authors to write (in 1604) about the theory of blood transfusions. He died at Stettin.
- "Disputatio de peste"
- "Universi seu mundi Diatyposis"
- "Thesaurus rerum selectarum"
- "Aphorismi thesum selectarum"
- "Pegel, Magnus", Catalogus Professorum Rostochiensium
- F. J. Cole (1921), "The history of anatomical injections", in Charles Singer, Studies in the history and method of science, Vol II
- J Greenwalt (August 1995), "The history and future of transfusion medicine", Transfusion Today (23), ISSN 1015-3276
- Theophilus Parvin (1874), "Address in obstetrics diseases of women and children", Transactions of the American Medical Association (American Medical Association)
- Douglas W. Huestis, Joseph R. Bove, Shirley Busch (1970), Practical blood transfusion
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