The French Revolution and the Rise of Surgery

Parrish, James N.; Leary, J. Patrick O.
January 2000
American Surgeon;Jan2000, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p94
Academic Journal
Discusses the rise of surgery which coincided with the French Revolution in the middle of 18th century. How chemistry and physics evolved; Emergence of a philosophy; Contributions of surgeon Dominique-Jean Larry; Most prominent figure in the early history of the Paris school; How did the French Revolution fostered the rise of surgery.


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