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It is good to be the king: the French surgical revolution

Julius Bonello S. Ayesha Hasan Peoria, Illinois, United States   Charles-François Tassy, Source: Wiki A belief held by the common people is that it is good to be royalty, a sentiment supported by descriptions in novels and depictions in movies. The best food, the finest clothes, and the most extravagant and opulent dwelling in the […]

Leonardo’s anatomical studies: from ancient imaginations to meticulous observations

Julia King New York, United States   Views of a Skull. c. 1489. Figure 1. Leonardo da Vinci Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Source: http://www.drawingsofleonardo.org/ Leonardo da Vinci was a “Renaissance man” in the truest sense, contributing his inexhaustible talent to many fields, including anatomy. In a time when medicine was still […]