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This is the first of a series of three volumes intended as a guide to the dissection of the human body. The present volume describes the anatomy of the upper and lower limbs, and, so far as can be seen from our examination, the subject is presented in a most satisfactory way. The death of the author has put the work of arranging and editing the matter of the work into the hands of Dr. Arthur Keith, who has performed his task in an admirable manner, adapting the description of dissections, etc., to the later surgical procedures. The changes, however, as he says, will be more numerous in the parts yet to appear, as the present one was nearly complete at the time of the author's death. The dissection methods are adapted to the newer methods of preserving subjects. This is also an advantage. The illustrations are abundant and well
A Manual of Practical Anatomy.. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(21):1386. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480210044017