Primitve Surgery: Skills Before Science
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Author: Rogers, Spencer L. (1905-2000)
Publisher: Charles C. Thomas
Pub Date: 1985
Condition: Book: Good. Binding tight. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Very light edge and corner wear. Gilt on front board and spine still sharp, easily readable. Dust Jacket: Fair to Good. NOT price clipped (no price indicated). One area of wear at top front cover edge, approx. 1/2″ x 2″. One closed tear, approx. 1/8″, on lower rear edge.
Notes: From the Stone Age through ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome and India, the aboriginal peoples of Asia, Africa, Oceania, and Australia, and North and South America. Amputations, fractures, acupuncture, leeches, scarification, wounds, tourniquets, trephining (trepanning), tattooing and piercing, and dental work. Nothing about maggots. If there is a god, he/she is an anesthesiologist.
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