Diseases of the bronchi, lungs and pleura,

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Page 802 - A Yearly Digest of Scientific Progress and Authoritative Opinion in all branches of Medicine and Surgery, drawn from journals, monographs, and text-books of the leading American and Foreign authors and investigators. Arranged with critical editorial comments, by eminent American specialists, under the editorial charge of GEORGE M. GOULD, MD Y ear-Book of 1901 in two volumes — Vol. I. including General Medicine; Vol.
Page 802 - Book, or the wealth and abundance of the contributions to every department of science that have been deemed worthy of analysis. . . . It is much more than a mere compilation of abstracts, for, as each section is entrusted to experienced and able contributors...
Page 802 - Year-Book, or the wealth and abundance of the contributions to every department of science that have been deemed worthy of analysis. . . . It is much more than a mere compilation of abstracts, for, as each section is entrusted to experienced and able contributors, the reader has the advantage of certain critical commentaries and expositions . . . proceeding from writers fully qualified to perform these tasks. . . . It is emphatically a book which should find a place in every medical library, and...
Page 801 - SCHWEINITZ. MD, Professor of Ophthalmology, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia ; and B. ALEXANDER RANDALL, MD, Clinical Professor of Diseases of the Ear, University of Pennsylvania. Imperial octavo, 1251 pages; 766 illustrations, 59 of them in colors.
Page 801 - ... presents his case in the manner of an expert. Uniformity is secured and overlapping prevented by careful editing and by a system of cross-references which forms a special feature of the volume, enabling the reader to come into touch with all that is said on any subject in different portions of the book. Particular emphasis is laid on the most approved methods of treatment, so that the book shall be one to which the student and practitioner can refer for information in practical work. Anatomical...
Page 801 - Issued. The present work is the only book ever published embracing diseases of the intimately related organs of the eye, ear, nose, and throat. Its special claim to favor is based on encyclopedic, authoritative, and practical treatment of the subjects. Each section of the book has been entrusted to an author who is specially identified with the subject on which he writes, and who therefore presents his case in the manner of an expert. Uniformity is secured and overlapping prevented by careful editing...
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Page 7 - ... their essays almost complete as originally written. Nevertheless, the author in the light of recent research, has made numerous valuable additions, so that the American edition represents the present state of our knowledge on the subjects under discussion. Among other things, these additions include new matter on the anatomy and physiology of the bronchi; on foreign bodies in the tubes; on the pathology, bacteriology, and treatment of bronchitis, and the recent researches on bronchiectasis and...
Page 362 - The hard infiltration of the subcutaneous and intermuscular areolar tissue forms rounded tumors beneath the skin, varying in size from that of a hazel-nut to that of a...
Page 156 - Acute bronchitis with expectoration of branching casts of the bronchial tree: 15 cases. III. Cases in which branching casts were not expectorated, but were found in the bronchi at autopsy : 6 cases.

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