Published in Chicago by the Hektoen Institute of Medicine
In this issue we are pleased to present the winning Brief of the Vesalius Prize, Leonardo and the reinvention of anatomy by Dr. Salvatore Mangione. We received many excellent entries for this contest, and we have a selection of these showcased in the “Feature Briefs” section. We also highlight many other interesting topics, including Eliot’s triad, Pacini’s corpuscles, Boyle’s law, the history of epilepsy and of the Bank of England. Finally, we invite you to peruse our Briefs, Library, and Gallery sections for more works relating to the medical humanities.