Prehistory surgery and anatomy

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  • Prehistoric surgery and anatomy
    • New little about the inner workings of the body
    • They knew a little about bone structure
    • They might have believed that life and the function of the body was determined by spirits
    • Trepanning was used a lot as it was believed to be a way to get rid of evil spirits in the skull.
    • There is historical evidence of casts for broken bones being made from mud
    • There is evidence that prehistoric surgeons has the ability to be successful
  • They might have believed that life and the function of the body was determined by spirits
  • Trepanning was used a lot as it was believed to be a way to get rid of evil spirits in the skull.

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