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A Manual of Surgical Anatomy.

A Manual of Surgical Anatomy. This volume contains material prepared and used in the author's lectures to students. The surgical anatomy of the various regions of the body is discussed according to a definitely outlined plan. Each region is described and the surgical possibilities pointed out in such a way as to visualize them and to hold the attention of the reader. This application in instances may be open to criticism, although the anatomic descriptions show a thorough preparation in that subject. In stating that the free communication between the lymphatics of the pancreas and bile ducts explains why chronic pancreatitis is often a sequel of cholecystitis and cholangeitis, the author is assuming as proved only one of several theories of origin, and that one not generally accepted. The old nomenclature is used with a few exceptions. In certain instances the old is used in one place and the new later. Since the Basle anatomic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

A Manual of Surgical Anatomy.

JAMA , Volume 77 (25) – Dec 17, 1921

A Manual of Surgical Anatomy.

Abstract


This volume contains material prepared and used in the author's lectures to students. The surgical anatomy of the various regions of the body is discussed according to a definitely outlined plan. Each region is described and the surgical possibilities pointed out in such a way as to visualize them and to hold the attention of the reader. This application in instances may be open to criticism, although the anatomic descriptions show a thorough preparation in that subject. In...
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American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1921 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1921.02630510059037
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Abstract

This volume contains material prepared and used in the author's lectures to students. The surgical anatomy of the various regions of the body is discussed according to a definitely outlined plan. Each region is described and the surgical possibilities pointed out in such a way as to visualize them and to hold the attention of the reader. This application in instances may be open to criticism, although the anatomic descriptions show a thorough preparation in that subject. In stating that the free communication between the lymphatics of the pancreas and bile ducts explains why chronic pancreatitis is often a sequel of cholecystitis and cholangeitis, the author is assuming as proved only one of several theories of origin, and that one not generally accepted. The old nomenclature is used with a few exceptions. In certain instances the old is used in one place and the new later. Since the Basle anatomic

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Dec 17, 1921

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