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This second volume of Deaver's Surgical Anatomy is in every way up to the high standard of the first, and will make as good an impression as did its predecessor. All that we said last year of the first we would repeat of the second volume. This one covers the most important structures of the body, and the parts that baffle the student in his endeavors to master their intricacies—the head and neck. The author's descriptive style is concise, clear and easily understood, and this, with the excellent illustrations, makes his book one that will be popular, not only with the student, but with the surgeon and general practitioner. Nothing can take the place of the cadaver as a method of mastering anatomy, but Deaver's work will make an excellent substitute. The illustrations are all full page, are works of art, beautiful; but above all, are of great practical value,
Surgical Anatomy. A Treatise on Human Anatomy in its Application to the Practice of Medicine and Surgery. JAMA. 1900;XXXV(15):963. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460410047020
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