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Practice of Medicine. .

THE FIFTH ENLARGED EDITION. JUST READY, Recommended as a Text-book at University of Pennsylvania, Long Island College Hospital, Yale and Harvard Colleges, Bishop's College, Montreal,

University of Michigan, and over twenty other Medical Schools. A HANDBOOK OF THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.

By FREDERICK T. ROBERTS, M.D., M.R.C.P., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics and of Clinical Medicine in University College Hoenital. Assistant Physician in Brompton Consumptive Hospital. The

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Manual of Physiology.



By GERALD F. YEO, M.D., F.R.C.S., Professor of Physiology in

King's College, London. Demi-octavo, 750 pages. Over
300 carefully printed engravings on wood.

Bound in Cloth, $3.00; Leather, $3.30.

RECOMMENDATIONS. “By his excellent manual Prof. Yeo has supplied a want which must have been felt by every teacher of physiology. In the noble text-book of Prof. Foster, English readers have a work which is unsurpassed, but its great size and comprehensiveness, and its somewhat minute discussion of many doubtful points, make it a formidable object to the eyes of the first and second years' students. Dr. Yeó has written a book which is intended for junior students, but which, although written in simple, and as far as possible untechnical language, is accurate and complete. ** * Moreover, being intended chiefly for medical students, and written by one who is not only an able physiologist, but an accomplished physician, the needs of the physician and surgeon are never lost sight of. *** The text is profusely illustrated with excellent wood engravings. *** In conclusion, we heartily congratulate Prof. Yeo on his work, which we can recommend to all those who wish to find, within a moderate compass, a reliable and pleasantly written exposition of all the essential facts of physiology as the science now stands."--The Dublin Journal of Medical Science, May, 1884.

“For students' use it is one of the very best text-books in Physiology.”-Prof. L. B. How, Dartmouth Medical College, Hanover, N. H.

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There are many points in physiology that are either not comprehended or are misunderstood by the great majority of students. In this work these points are made especially clear, and in a particular manner those that are of most importance to the medical or dental practitioner. We have had long experience in teaching this branch of medical science, and unreservedly commend this work to the student of physiology."-Archives of Dentistry.

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