Philipp Jakob Sachs
Philipp Jakob Sachs (26 August 1627, Breslau- 7 January 1672, Breslau) was a German physician, naturalist, and editor of Ephemerides Academiae naturae curiosorum, the first ever learned journal in the field of medicine and natural history. He was a state physician in Breslau, and one of the founders of the Academia Naturae Curiosorum (Leopoldina).
His works include the 1665 Gammarologia, on crabs.
- von Löwenheim, or Lewenhaimb, Lewenheimb
- The Correspondence of Philipp Jakob Sachs von Löwenheim in EMLO
- J. Child Orthop. 2010 Apr;4(2):105-6. doi: 10.1007/s11832-009-0235-0. Epub 2010 January 12.
- Historical note: an analysis of a 17th-century illustration of a child with split hand/split foot malformation.
- Ohry A, Frydman M. In one of Philipp Jakob Sachs von Lewenhaimb's (1627-1672) books, one may find perhaps the first illustration of a child with the split hand/split foot malformation. A short historical note and some clinical genetic data are given.
- (German) Tagungsberichte (PDF), ahf-muenchen.de
- (German) univie.ac.at
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