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April 16, 1892

Surgical Anatomy for Students.

JAMA. 1892;XVIII(16):506. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411200034010

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"This work" as we are informed by our author, contains the substance of a series of demonstrations delivered by himself to students in course of preparation for final examinations. It is also intended to be used with the living model, and an inspection shows that it fairly meets the indication. There are no illustrations, but the author's directions are so clear that one can map out on the surface of the living model the exact location of the structures lying underneath.

There cannot be too many books on topographical anatomy, any more than there can be too much study of practical anatomy, and this book will therefore be a welcome addition to many shelves whereon there are already many anatomical works, but none written with more precision and accuracy.

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