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This 1904 treasure, Surgery from the Osteopathic Standpoint, follows Andrew T. Still’s essential facts of practical surgery as modified by Osteopathy. While operative methods are not detailed, it is beautifully illustrated by students at the American School of Osteopathy. Topics covered include inflammation, tuberculosis, cysts, wounds, shock, dislocations, fractures, and diseases and injuries of the spine, head, mouth, chest, and digestive tract. Most interesting are the passages on antiseptics and Tetanus which are of historical relevancy.
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Operative Surgical Procedures, Osteopathic Medicine
Young, Frank Philip and Still, Charles E., "Surgery From an Osteopathic Standpoint" (1904). Classic Osteopathic Medical Works. 9.