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A well-balanced combination of a clinical text, reference material and multicolor illustrations make this three-volume set eminently useful for students and practitioners alike. Skillful visual approach to anatomy, which is a must in every physician's education, is happily wedded to a lucid text juxtaposed page by page with magnificent multicolor illustrations in such a manner that the concise description of the functional aspects of anatomy provides a useful guide for the perceptive student. Aspects of physiology and biochemistry are included to the extent they have a bearing on the material presented.
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Leonard Thurneysser (22 July 1531 – 1595 or 1596; also known as Leonard Thurneisser zum Thurn) was a scholar and miracle doctor at the court of Elector John George of Brandenburg.
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