2 edition of Notes on the demonstrations in morbid anatomy (including autopsies), delivered in the Medical department of the University of Pennsylvania before the third-year class found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RB27 .C36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv p., 1 l.,|
|LC Control Number||06040863|
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Cattell. Notes on the demonstrations in morbid anatomy by H. Cattell () Observation book containing certain inductions and classifications, ante mortems and post mortems () Observations on some of the diseases of the parts of the human body - chiefly taken from the dissections of morbid bodies by S.
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CATTELL, Henry Ware, American pathologist: burg, Pa., 7 Oct. After studies at Lafayette College and at the universities of Leipzig, Pennsylvania and Freiburg (Baden), he was appointed demonstrator of morbid anatomy at the University of Pennsylvaniaand director of the Ayer Chemical Laboratory in the Pennsylvania hospital.
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THE number of works on medical subjects which are avail- able to the English student has become so large, and their general quality is so excellent, that it is a matter of increasing difficulty to make any attempt to indicate the most serviceable text-book in any branch.
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In Dream Anatomy, historian Michael Sappol suggests that mastery over the dead body was akin to mastery over oneself, and even a kind of mastery over death. 2 He notes, too, the attempts of early anatomy texts to shock the reader, and even the pleasure of shock; the sense that anatomists and anatomy artists wielded an erotic power in undressing.The book was designed to contain each recognizable disease known up to that time, with a description of the clinical features followed by the autopsy findings.
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The number of works on medical subjects which are avail- able to the English student has become so large, and their general quality is so excellent, that it is a matter of increasing difficulty to make any attempt to indicate the most serviceable text-book in any branch.