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PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE
A. Bergstein, 16.6
GUNNING S. BEDFORD, A.M., M.D.,
TILE DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN."
Illustrated by Four Colored Lithographic Plates and Ninetponine Thood Engradings.
Multum restat adhuc operis, multumque restabit, nec ulli nato,
SENECA, Lib. I., Epist. lxiv.
FIFTH EDITION, CAREFULLY REVISED THROUGHOUT, AND ENLARGED.
Loterad according to act of Congress, in the year eighteen hunared and sixty-orien by
GUNNING S. BEDFORD, la ube Clerk's office of the District Court of the United States for the Soutt erd Dutrict of
TAR AUTHOR'S LECTURES ON OBSTETRICS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORI
AND TO WHOSE UNIFORM COURTESY AND KINDNESS HE 18 so
PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION.
THE present Edition of the PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF OBSTETRICS has been thoroughly revised, and some important additions made, which, I trust, will not be unacceptable to the reader. Besides alluding more particularly than I had previously done to the interesting subjects of Anæsthetics, and Twin-pregnancy, I have devoted an entire Lecture to the complications of Preg. nancy, in which are discussed various topics of importance, such, for example, as Chorea, Paralysis, Jaundice, etc., which cannot, I think, fail to elicit the attention of the Obstetric Student.
NEW YORK, 66 Fifth Avenue
January 1, 1868.