Carlo Giacomini (Sale, 29 November 1840 - Torino, 5 July 1898), was a noted Italian anatomist, neuroscientist, and a professor at the University of Turin who also made significant contributions in anthropology and embryology. He worked with the physiologist, Angelo Mosso (1846-1910), which led to the first recording of human brain pulsations. Giacomini vein, a lower limb vein, and the band of Gaicomini, a band of uncus gyri parahippocampalis he discovered in 1882, and the Giacomini vertebrae are named after him.

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  • Condusse importanti studi sulla struttura dell'encefalo, oltre a problemi di anatomia normale. Affrontò ricerche antropologiche spaziando fra le diverse razze interessandosi anche di teratologia legata ai vari casi. (it)
  • Carlo Giacomini (ur. 25 listopada 1840 w Sale di Tortona, zm. 1898 w Turynie) – włoski lekarz neurolog. W 1864 roku został doktorem medycyny. Dyrektor muzeum anatomicznego w Turynie. Zajmował się m.in. zagadnieniami afazji, amnezji i kiły ośrodkowego układu nerwowego. Upamiętnia go eponim prążka Giacominiego. (pl)
  • Carlo Giacomini (Sale, 29 November 1840 - Torino, 5 July 1898), was a noted Italian anatomist, neuroscientist, and a professor at the University of Turin who also made significant contributions in anthropology and embryology. He worked with the physiologist, Angelo Mosso (1846-1910), which led to the first recording of human brain pulsations. Giacomini vein, a lower limb vein, and the band of Gaicomini, a band of uncus gyri parahippocampalis he discovered in 1882, and the Giacomini vertebrae are named after him. He contributed anthropological research regarding differences among human races, and also took an interest in teratology linked to the various cases. (en)
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  • Condusse importanti studi sulla struttura dell'encefalo, oltre a problemi di anatomia normale. Affrontò ricerche antropologiche spaziando fra le diverse razze interessandosi anche di teratologia legata ai vari casi. (it)
  • Carlo Giacomini (ur. 25 listopada 1840 w Sale di Tortona, zm. 1898 w Turynie) – włoski lekarz neurolog. W 1864 roku został doktorem medycyny. Dyrektor muzeum anatomicznego w Turynie. Zajmował się m.in. zagadnieniami afazji, amnezji i kiły ośrodkowego układu nerwowego. Upamiętnia go eponim prążka Giacominiego. (pl)
  • Carlo Giacomini (Sale, 29 November 1840 - Torino, 5 July 1898), was a noted Italian anatomist, neuroscientist, and a professor at the University of Turin who also made significant contributions in anthropology and embryology. He worked with the physiologist, Angelo Mosso (1846-1910), which led to the first recording of human brain pulsations. Giacomini vein, a lower limb vein, and the band of Gaicomini, a band of uncus gyri parahippocampalis he discovered in 1882, and the Giacomini vertebrae are named after him. (en)
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