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This publication is distinctly British in character as well as origin. As with all previous editions, this one is designed to provide a nontechnical dictionary of medical terms, diseases and methods of home treatment and sanitation for guidance of the layman, nurse and other medical...
Although published without illustrations, the book by Mr. Aird, a leading British surgeon, has achieved an excellent and detailed review of general surgery. The British point of view differs only moderately from that in the United States, and the carefully written, detailed and...
The comparative rarity of solitary pelvic (ectopic) kidney warrants the reporting of each case. A total of 44 cases have been described in the literature to date. The latest reports are those of Nalle, Crowell and Lynch1 and Cokely and Webster.2 Included among these 44 patients are many with an...
In the abstract of the discussion by Dr. Robert L. Preston in The Journal, March 11, page 719, in the thirteenth line from the bottom of this discussion the word "fibula" is erroneous and should have been "tibia." In the seventh line from the bottom of Dr. Preston's discussion the word...
This systematic presentation of physics from the standpoint of the physician and medical student merits high praise. Every important aspect of physics is treated accurately and concisely, and the application to medicine is made clear. Unexpected light is sometimes shed on familiar...
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