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science and art of surgery
John Eric Erichsen
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Mar 16, · Science and art do. Art = science. ** I used visual art analogies, but I think this is true for any art medium, including music, written word, spoke word, dance, mathematics, and cooking.
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Top Full text of "The Science and art of surgery v.1" See other formats. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of General Surgery Books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. In many ways they are actually connected and related to each other. There are also many differences.
I would say that the main difference between art and science is that art is more focused on the.Not unlike the surgical resident who spends years in the hospital learning the various aspects of the science and art of surgery, successively climbing the steps of increased responsibility, the apprentice lived in the workshop for years, in close contact with the Author: Ugo Filippo Tesler.The art of surgery gained much from studies of anatomy, physiology, pathology, and even chemistry, but it also contributed an empirical, anatomically based point of view that was to have important ramifications for medicine as a whole.