Book review| Volume 39, ISSUE 2, P397-398, February 2014

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      For the five hundredth anniversary of the birth of Andreas Vesalius, Karger Medical and Scientific Publishers usher in 2014 with a spectacular feat: the publication of both the 1543 Fabrica plus its 1555 revision in a new English translation by Drs. Daniel Garrison and Malcolm Hast of Northwestern University, handsomely packaged in a 2-volume, 17- × 12-inch format, weighing in at about 40 pounds.
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