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Page 609 - OGDEN ON THE URINE. Clinical Examination of the Urine and Urinary Diagnosis. A Clinical Guide for the Use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine and Surgery. By J. BERGEN OGDEN, MD, Instructor in Chemistry, Harvard University Medical School.
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Page 611 - Essentials of Minor Surgery, Bandaging, and Venereal Diseases. By EDWARD MARTIN, AM, MD, Professor of Clinical Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, etc. Crown octavo, 1 66 pages, with 78 illustrations. Cloth, $l.oonet. In Saunders' Question Compends. " The best condensation of the subjects of which it treats yet placed before the profession.
Page 607 - Skin Atlas and Epitome of Diseases of the Skin. By PROF. DR. FRANZ MRACEK, of Vienna. Edited, with additions, by HENRY W. STELWAGON, MD, Clinical Professor of Dermatology, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. With 63 colored plates, 39 half-tone illustrations, and 200 pages of text. Cloth, $3.50 net. In Saunders
Page 604 - It is truly an admirable work. . . . Written in a clear, concise manner, it bears evidence of the author's comprehensive grasp of the subject. The term ' multum in parvo ' is an appropriate one to apply to this work.
Page 608 - Holland's work is an entirely new one, and is based on his thirty-five years' practical experience in teaching chemistry and medicine. Recognizing that to understand physiologic chemistry, students must first be informed upon points not referred to in most medical text-books, the author has included in his work the latest views of equilibrium of equations...
Page 611 - ESSENTIALS OF MEDICAL CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC AND INORGANIC. Containing also Questions on Medical Physics, Chemical Physiology, Analytical Processes, Urinalysis, and Toxicology. By LAWRENCE WOLFF, MD, Late Demonstrator of Chemistry, Jefferson Medical College. Revised by A.
Page 609 - Vecki's Sexual Impotence The Pathology and Treatment of Sexual Impotence. By VICTOR G. VECKI, MD From the Second Revised and Enlarged German Edition.
Page 600 - The work is both didactic and clinical in its teaching. A special feature is the very complete exposition of the minute anatomy of the ear, a working knowledge of which is so essential to an intelligent conception of the science of otology.
Page 602 - Cloth, $3.50 net. INCLUDING TOPOGRAPHIC ANATOMY This volume presents diseases of the Nose, Pharynx, and Ear as the author has seen them during an experience of nearly twenty-five years. In it are answered in detail those questions regarding the course and outcome of diseases which cause the less experienced observer the most anxiety in an individual case. Topographic anatomy has been accorded liberal space. Pennsylvania Medical Journal "This is the most practical volume on the nose, pharynx, and...