Which statement about Andreas Vesalius's The Structure of the Human Anatomy is correct?
Which statement about Andreas Vesalius’s The Structure of the Human Anatomy is correct?
a. It was essentially a better-illustrated version of Hippocrates’s ancient Greek texts.
b. It borrowed heavily from the works of Hippocrates and Galen, and as a result, was spectacularly inaccurate.
c. It was banned by Church officials who considered Vesalius’s use of dissection immoral.
d. It showed how Hippocrates and Galen were entirely wrong about many aspects of human anatomy.