Bogumiła Mirosławska-Kempińska

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Until the 19th century, surgery focused mainly on external injuries. Procedures on internal organs were sporadic and stemmed solely from the absolute necessity of saving life. Nevertheless, the technical skills of surgeons at the time were considerable, yet the performance of complicated procedures of larger scale was made possible only after the(More)
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