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November 4, 1905

The Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy.

JAMA. 1905;XLV(19):1426. doi:10.1001/jama.1905.02510190062025

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This consists of a stereoscope and 250 stereoscopic views of the various parts of the human body. The accuracy of the representations is guaranteed by the fact that they are photographs of representative specimens carefully dissected and labeled to show the various points of anatomy. Each view is on a card containing description. This, series will be found of great value to any one who wishes to study anatomy and will be a valuable accessory to the manuals now in use in conjunction with work on the cadaver. The well-known clearness with which views of scenery are brought out by the stereoscope and the popularity of this instrument throughout the country makes it a little surprising that no adaptation of this principle to the study of the body has previously been made. The price of the set seems considerable, but the labor and expense required for its production is to

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