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Page 789 - Dr. Webster has written this work especially for the general practitioner, discussing the clinical features of the subject in their widest relations to general practice rather than from the standpoint of specialism. The magnificent illustrations, three hundred and seventy-two in number, are nearly all original. Drawn by expert anatomic artists under Dr. Webster...
Page 793 - Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore. " I shall value very highly the copy of Penrose's ' Diseases of Women' received. I have already recommended it to my class as THE BEST book.
Page 790 - A Text-Book of Obstetrics. By BARTON COOKE HIRST, MD, Professor of Obstetrics in the University of Pennsylvania. Handsome octavo, 899 pages, with 746 illustrations, 39 of them in colors.
Page 797 - Operative Gynecology Atlas and Epitome of Operative Gynecology. By DR. O. SCHAFFER, of Heidelberg. Edited, with additions, by J. CLARENCE WEBSTER, MD (EDIN.), FRCPE, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology in the Rush Medical College, in affiliation with the University of Chicago.
Page 788 - ... be found as separate chapters. There is a large chapter devoted entirely to medical gynecology, written especially for the physician engaged in general practice. Heretofore the general practitioner was compelled to search through an entire work in order to obtain the information desired. Abdominal surgery proper, as distinct from gynecology, is fully treated, embracing operations upon the stomach, upon the intestines, upon the liver and bile-ducts, upon the pancreas and spleen, upon the kidneys,...
Page 795 - Diseases of Women. By HENRY J. GARRIGUES, AM, MD, Gynecologist to St. Mark's Hospital and to the German Dispensary, New York City.
Page 788 - American Journal of the Medical Sciences " It is needless to say that the work has been thoroughly done : the names of the authors and editors would guarantee this ; but much may be said in praise of the method of presentation, and attention may be called to the inclusion of matter not to be found elsewhere.
Page 794 - Not only nurses, but even newly qualified medical men. would learn a great deal by a perusal of this book. It is written in a clear and pleasant style, and is a work we can recommend.
Page 790 - ISSUED Immediately on its publication this work took its place as the leading text-book on the subject. Both in this country and in England it is recognized as the most satisfactorily written and clearly illustrated work on obstetrics in the language. The illustrations form one of the features of the book. They are numerous and the most of them are original.