A. Cornelius Celsus

nerve convulsions follow and cruelly destroys the patient, while a cut artery neither unites nor heals, and may be the cause of sudden haemorrhage. If the lancet is introduced timidly it merely lacerates the skin and does not cut the vein. Sometimes also the vein is hidden and not easily recognisable. Thus it is seen that many things render difficult to a… CONTINUE READING