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April 12, 1930

Anatomie des Menschen: Ein Lehrbush für Studierende und Ärzte. Band I: Bewegungsapparat.

JAMA. 1930;94(15):1168. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02710410060032

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Braus's Anatomie was planned for publication in three volumes. The first two were published in 1920 and 1923. Professor Braus died in 1924 before the publication of the third volume. Prof. Curt Elze has undertaken the task of completing the third volume. He has also superintended the publication of a second edition of the first volume, which has just appeared. The first two volumes are worthy of the highest recommendation, especially to teachers of anatomy and to students who wish to understand thoroughly the structure of the living body. Few authors have shown such a clear grasp of the fundamental principles of animal structure, its evolution and its relation to function. Braus stated in his original preface that it would be a great step forward if anatomy, instead of being what unfortunately it now is to most physicians—a mass of misty memories associated with bad smells—might become a constant light

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