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The object of this book was to place osteopathy on a scientific basis by offering anatomical and physiological proof that our etiology of disease is correct; to demonstrate that disturbance of function is, as a rule, due to structural changes, and to point out the significance of anatomical changes; and to furnish the practitioner a ready reference for the explaining of lesions and their effects.
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Anatomy, Osteopathic Medicine
Clark, Marion Edward, "Applied Anatomy: Designed for the Use of Osteopathic Students and Practitioners as an Aid in the Anatomical Exploration of Disease from an Osteopathic Viewpoint" (1906). Classic Osteopathic Medical Works. 14.