Excerpt from A System of Human Anatomy, Vol. 4: Including Its Medical and Surgical Relations; Arteries, Veins and Lymphatics
A book which will be at once accurate in statement and concise in terms; which will be an acceptable expression of the present state of the science of anatomy, which will exclude nothing that can be made applicable to the medical art, and which will thus embrace all of surgical importance, while omitting nothing of value to clinical medicine, - wou1d appear to have an excuse for existence in a country where most surgeons are general practitioners, and where there. Are few general practitioners who have no interest in surgery.
As a brief introduction to the essential features of the volume, attention is invited to the kinds of knowledge of the human body which the physician demands.
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