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== ''De Corporis Fabrica'' ==
[[ภาพไฟล์:Vesalius Fabrica p190.jpg|right|thumb|250px|Vesalius's ''Fabrica'' contained many intricately detailed drawings of human dissections, often in allegorical poses.]]
In 1543, Vesalius asked [[Johannes Oporinus]] to help publish the seven-volume ''[[De humani corporis fabrica]]'' (''On the fabric of the human body'') , a groundbreaking work of [[human anatomy]] he dedicated to Charles V and which most believe was illustrated by [[Titian]]'s pupil [[Jan Van Calcar|Jan Stephen van Calcar]]. A few weeks later he published an abridged edition for students, ''Andrea Vesalii suorum de humani corporis fabrica librorum epitome'', and dedicated it to [[Philip II of Spain]], son of the Emperor.
 
 
== Imperial physician and death ==
[[ภาพไฟล์:1543,AndreasVesalius'Fabrica,BaseOfTheBrain.jpg|thumb|Base of the [[Brain]], showing [[optic chiasm]]a, [[cerebellum]], [[olfactory bulb]]s, etc.]]
Soon after publication, Vesalius was invited as Imperial physician to the court of [[Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor|Emperor Charles V]]. He informed the Venetian Senate that he was leaving his post in Padua, which prompted [[Cosimo I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany|Duke Cosimo I de' Medici]] to invite him to move to the expanding university in Pisa, which he turned down. Vesalius took up a position in the court, where he had to deal with the other physicians mocking him as being a barber.
 
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