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No, I. SURGERY. Third Edition. Manual of the Practice of Surgery.
By Wm. J. WALSHAM, M.D., Assistant Surgeon to, and Lecturer on Anatomy at, St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, etc. 318 Illustrations. Presents the introductory facts in Surgery in clear, precise language, and contains all the
“The illustrations are mostly new and well executed, ana we nearby commuthu VUUR as far superior to any manual upon this subject."-Archives of Gynæcology, New York.
“Sensible, practical and complete.”—Medical Brief.
"I have carefully read it over, and, as a teacher of midwifery, I consider the book ought to become one of the recognized text-books; the treatment and pathology of the various subjects treated are clear and concise." J, Algernon Temple, m. D., Prof. of Midwifery, and Gynecology, Trinity Medical School, Toronto. No. 4. PHYSIOLOGY. Fifth Edition. By GERALD F. YEO, M.D., F.R.C.s., Professor of Physiology in King's College, London.
Fifth American from Second English Edition. 321 carefully printed Illustrations. “The work will take a high rank among the smaller text-books of Physiology.”—Prof. H. P. Bowditch, Harvard Medical School.
“By his excellent manual, Prof, Yeo has supplied a want which must have been felt by every teacher of Physiology.”—The Dublin
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A NEW MEDICAL DICTIONARY.
Compact and concise, including all the Words and Phrases used in medicine, with Pronunciation and Definitions.
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Among others IT CONTAINS TABLES of the ARTERIES, of the Bacilli, giving the Name, Habitat, etc.; of GANGLIA, LEUCOMAÏNES, MICROCOCCI, MUSCLES, NERVES, PLEXUSES, PTOMAÏNES, with the Name, Formula, Physiological Action, etc.; COMPARISON OF THERMOMETERS; WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, of VITAL STATISTICS, etc.
OPINIONS OF PROMINENT MEDICAL TEACHERS. “ The compact size of this dictionary, its clear type, and its accuracy are unfailing pointers to its coming popularity.”—John B. Hamilton, Supervising Surgeon-General U. S. Marine Hospital Service, Washington.
“It is certainly as convenient and as useful a volume as can be found, regarding contents as well as arrangement.”—Julius Pohlman, Prof. of Physiology, University of Buffalo.
“I have examined it with considerable care, and am very much pleased with it. It is a handy book for reference, and so far as I have examined it, it is accurate in every particular.” -E. H. Bartley, Prof. of Chemistry, Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn.
“I consider this the dictionary of all others for the medical student, and shall see that it is placed on our list of text-books.-A. R. Thomas, M.D., Dean Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia.
“ It will be recommended among our text-books in our new catalogue."-S. E. Chaillé, M.D., Dean Medical Dept., Tulane University, New Orleans.
“Compact, exact, up to date, and the tables are most excellent and instructive. I prefer it to the larger and older books.”—Prof. C. B. Parker, Medical Dept., Western Reserve University, Cleveland.
“I have given your' New Medical Dictionary’a critical examination. Its size has made it convenient to the study table and handy fo: frequent use. At the same time it is compre. hensive as to the number of words, including those of the latest coinage, and concise in its definitions. The etymology and accentuation materially enhance its value, and help to make it worthy a place with the classical books of reference for medical students.”-J. W. Holland, M.D., Dean Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia.
will find this an extremely useful book of reference. The ana-ill be of great use in memorizing the arteries, muscles, etc.