The Practice of Surgery.
The book has 38 chapters, which fairly cover the extensive field of surgery and surgical pathology.
Naturally there must be difference of opinion as to the relative space to be accorded each topic. But taking it as a whole it is perhaps as fairly divided as can be. Due consideration has been given to the wants of the student and practitioner, and in many respects the work is a praiseworthy one.
A great many of the illustrations we notice are from Agnew's great...