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Episode Info: In the 16th century, great advances were made in anatomy. Amazingly, this didn’t lead to a single improvement in surgery, which remained crude, cruel, and lethal. Be sure to check out the beautiful pictures in Vesalius’ De Humani Corporis Fabrica, including the original skeleton that serves as mascot of this show. For more information on … Continue reading "Episode 4: Between Skin and Bones"Read more »

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