Morgagni pointed out that the mucous membrane of the nose is partly supplied also from the fifth pair of cranial nerves.
Bologna was, at the time, certainly an excellent place for Morgagni.
Yielding to a strong wish, Morgagni consented to write his young friend familiar letters describing his experiences.
Between the false vocal bands above and the true vocal bands below there is a cavity (the ventricle of Morgagni).
Like many another great man, Morgagni seems to have been especially fortunate in his mother.
At this time Morgagni was looked upon by all the medical world as probably the greatest of living medical scientists.
Morgagni also pointed out that intermittence of the pulse may be due to nervous conditions.
Morgagni only forms a final link in the chain of great Italian medical scientists, connecting medieval with modern medicine.
Sauvages and Morgagni gave in detail the symptoms of peritonitis and called the disease intestinal inflammation—enteritis.
It is well known that women occasionally held professorships at the University of Bologna, not far from Morgagni's birthplace.