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Surgical Anatomy

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Author: Joseph Maclise
Published: 1859
Language: English
Wordcount: 110,269 / 338 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 30.8
LoC Categories: QM, RD
Downloads: 4,271
Added to site: 2008.01.28 19880
Genre: Health

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expansive gaze over all allying and allied species, the intellect bodies forth to its vision the full appointed form of natural majesty; and after having experienced the manifold analogies and differentials of the many, is thereby enabled, when it returns to the study of the one, to view this one of human type under manifold points of interest, to the appreciation of which the understanding never wakens otherwise. If it did not happen that the study of the human form (confined to itself) had some practical bearing, such study could not deserve the name of anatomical, while anatomical means comparative, and whilst comparison implies inductive reasoning.

However, practical anatomy, such as it is, is concerned with an exact knowledge of the relationship of organs as they stand in reference to each other, and to the whole design of which these organs are the integral parts. The figure, the capacity, and the contents of the thoracic and abdominal cavities, become a study of not more urgent concernment to t



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