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Este trabajo ha sido realizado por un alumno del IES FRancés de Aranda de Teruel dentro del proyecto LEONARDO DA... JUEGO, desarrollado junto con el IES Salvador VIctoria de Monral del Campo en el ...

Este trabajo ha sido realizado por un alumno del IES FRancés de Aranda de Teruel dentro del proyecto LEONARDO DA... JUEGO, desarrollado junto con el IES Salvador VIctoria de Monral del Campo en el curso 2012/2013

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  •  Renaissance Man, Genius
  • Born in Vinci, Italy, he is said to be an illegitimate son of apeasant woman and a successful notary.With no privilege of a formal education, Da Vinci launched aself-education program.He grew up in nature, and began to use his skills ofobservation to learn about the world around him.He was alive during a tumultuous, yet progressive time forItaly and for the world. Constantinople had just fallen, endingthe Eastern Empire, Gutenburg had just invented themoveable type, Italy was experiencing political upheaval.Born:15/4/1452Death:2/5/1519
  • After spending time in hisquaint hometown, he leftVinci, Italy and continuedhis pursuit of knowledge inMilan, Rome, Bolonga,Venice, and spent his lastdays in France, where hesupposedly died in thearms of King Francois I.
  • While Italy wasexperiencing politicalturmoil, Da Vinci also facedadversity and overcame thetrials which he faced.During his life, he suffereda stroke, was accused ofbeing homosexual (whichthe charges weredismissed), persecuted bysome for being left handed,and overcame the stigma ofbeing an illegitimate son.
  •  Leonardo da Vinci’s most important contributions to society were hisartwork, inventions and theories, and his study of human anatomy. Leonardo raised the study of the “structure of man” to a science. Heillustrated the inner structure of man. His drawings were so brilliant thatthey are still used to illustrate anatomy texts today.
  • Among the many things thatLeonardo Da Vinciaccomplished, the facets of hislife that may be the mostinteresting to healthcareworkers would be his advancesin science, especially anatomyand physiology.
  • Leonardo Da Vinci was wayahead of his time when it comesto observing and documentingphysiological processes anddetails of anatomy. Hisanalytical mind did not have todeal with the frailty of thehuman tendency to besqueamish when it came todissecting plants and animals,even humans!
  • Through his dissections, hegained understanding of therespiratory system, skeletal andmuscle tissues, brain anatomy,and digestive and reproductivesystems. He advanced humanknowledge and understandingto a new level never beforecomprehended before that ageof Renaissance.
  • The detail with which Leonardo Da Vinci observed,recorded, drew, documented his medical findings set anexample for researchers and medical practitioners forcenturies to come.The zealousness with which Leonardo Da Vinci searchedfor answers set an example for all of the world.
  •  It was very few because the diseases, the conservation of the bodies andbecause the dissection was punished by the church, but Leonardo da Vincistarted to dissect animals and then human bodies giving us an idea of howwas the human body Here there is one picture of Leonardoabout the body:
  •  With his drawings, we could expand the knowledge of human anatomy, heexplained all steps in his notebook with words and a drawing. He wrote1605 words in each page as we can see in this page:
  •  He usually took some animal’s bodies to understand the human’s one, buthe also used corpses as models to explain more complex systems In this drawing he used a cow’s uterus with ahuman fetus:
  •  After many studies about anatomy he concluded that the spinal cord of thefrog was the origin of life Spinal cord by Leonardo
  •  Before he died, Leonardo da Vinci left his drawings to one of his students,that gave them to his son, but he sold them to an Italian painter thatconserved all drawings together until 1900
  • The first image is oneof the Leonardos drawings. Aswe can see they are similar to thenowadays photo but notthe same. The dissections inthat time were condemned todeath by the Inquisition
  •  The Leonardos drawing is shown in the first image. A theory says thatLeonardo made this drawing based on the uterus of a cow but it is notconfirmed. The real uterus (the second image) is oval-shaped but the drawing ofLeonardo is practically a sphere.
  •  The skeleton is one of the most important part of the body. The skeleton iscomposed of bones and joints. As we can see the Leonardo drawing is very similar to the real skeleton
  •  In the Leonardo’s picture only one lung can be seen at the right part of thebody. The heart (at the left part of the body) the stomach, the kidneys andthe urinary system are shown, but he didn’t draw the intestines
  •  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdxEF51kY_4
  •  BY: Jaime Paterson, Jorge Navarrete, AdriánVicente and Diego Perales