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Really interesting chronicle, if you enjoy any portion of the subject matter! History, surgery, anatomy, scientific research!Published 5 days ago by I love to read!
Great history on the Anatomy of the human body and John Hunter who had an enquiring mind ahead of his time.Published 16 days ago by Frank Gottschalk
Hunter amassed a vast collection of specimens and 'preparations', which in effect seem to have been of three types:
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I truly enjoyed reading this book. Full of historical references to demonstrate the primitiveness of medicine during that epoch. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joe Bee
A look at how modern surgery and medicine developed. Documents the social,economic, and political obstacles that need to be overcome for genius to be expressed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joel Etra
Excellent read. A real page turner. Interesting and factual information relative to the hypocrisy of the medical profession. Provocative. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jim Romo
Interesting book! It was great looking into the medical field of the past, as well as learning about the strange things that formally happened.Published 3 months ago by Mark wilson
For medical nerds and history buffs, this is an interesting read. There are a few slow spots, but overall, a good pace. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Catherine E. Moranda