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September 9, 1911

A Text-Book of Veterinary Anatomy.

JAMA. 1911;LVII(11):921. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260090143037

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This book, of nearly 850 pages, is an evidence of the fact that the study of the anatomy of domestic animals and the making of hooks thereon is keeping pace with similar work in human anatomy. The author says that this book has been made in response to a demand for a well-illustrated and up-to-date book on veterinary anatomy, and a cursory review would seem to indicate that the purpose has been well fulfilled. The descriptions are clear, full and scientific. The comparative anatomy of the various domestic animals is always kept in view, which adds value to the work. The nomenclature adopted is that of the best authorities in this and foreign countries. The work should rank well with the books on human anatomy and should meet every requirement of the veterinary student. Mechanically, the book is very satisfactory.

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