tempting to make minute anatomy very easy. It is a vast collection of facts, and it is as absurd to think of simplifying it very much, as to propose to facilitate in any great ... The best manual of anatomy is that which does no more than convey its minutiae in a natural order, and in perspicuous language. ... The descriptions are at times involved, and frequently unnecessarily prolix. But their method and exactness more than counterbalance these disadvantages, and those who have onceanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Medico-Chirurgical Review,and Journal of Practical Medicine Volume Twenty-Five 1836|
|Author||:||James Johnson,M.D. and Henry James Johnson,Esq.Edited By|