Steno-Fallot's tetralogy, the mystery of "blue babies"

Steno-Fallot’s tetralogy, the mystery of “blue babies”

By Hans Kermit When Stensen was in Paris he performed an autopsy on a stillborn child with heart disease. He was the first to describe this abnormality. Two hundred years later, in 1888, the French physician, Arthur Fallot, observed the…

Ductus Stenonis and the exocrine glands.

Ductus Stenonis and the exocrine glands.

By Hans Kermit Steensen’s first anatomical discovery was made at the age of 22 while a student in Amsterdam. …in the first sheep’s head I bought and dissected myself I found a passage which, so far as I was aware,…