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Página 110 - Edited by JAMES C. WILSON, MD, Professor of the Practice of Medicine and of Clinical Medicine in the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.
Página 109 - Dr. Ewald's book has met with a very cordial reception by the medical profession. Within a short period three editions have appeared, and translations published in England, Spain, France, Italy, and the United States. To the present edition the author has not only added considerable new matter, but he has also entirely rewritten the work The arrangement of the chapters has been somewhat changed, and many new personal observations and therapeutic experiences added. The desirability...
Página 112 - The arrangement of subjects is such that they are discussed in their natural order, and thus are more easily comprehended and remembered by the student. Methods of operation have been much simplified by the author in his practice, and it has been his endeavor to so describe the operative procedures adopted by him, even to their minutest details, as to make his treatise a practical guide to the gynaecologist.
Página 110 - Many advances have been made in this branch of study during the three years that have elapsed since the publication of the eighth edition.
Página 110 - The Diseases of Infancy and Childhood, for the use of Students and Practitioners of Medicine, by L. EMMETT HOLT, AM, MD, Professor of Diseases of Children in the College of Physicians and Surgeons (Columbia University), New York; Attending Physician to the Babies...
Página 109 - American edition is a peculiarly valuable one, as the editor. Dr. Manges, has done his work in a thoroughly creditable manner. His numerous notes, additions, and new illustrations have made the book a classic one. Under these circumstances it should find a place in the library of every American physician, as their clientele is composed of such a large proportion of patients suffering from gastric complaints and more or less improper medication which most often ends in failure. There is no doubt that...
Página 109 - Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal. " This work as it now stands is the best on the subject of stomach diseases in the English language. No physician's library is complete without it. It is in every way well adapted to the requirements of the general practitioner, although complete enough to meet also the requirements of the specialist."— American, Medico-Surgical Bulletin.
Página 111 - BY ALEXANDER JC SKENE, MD, PROFESSOR OF GYNAECOLOGY IN THE LONG ISLAND COLLEGE HOSPITAL, BROOKLYN, NY ; FORMERLY PROFESSOR OF GYN-tCOLOGY IN THE NEW YORK POST-GRADUATE MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL, ETC.
Página 109 - The Diseases of the Stomach. By Dr. C. A. Ewald, Extraordinary Professor of Medicine at the University of Berlin, Director of the Augusta Hospital, etc.
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