By William A. Hammond, M.D., 2d edition. Washington: Brentano's, 1895. 16mo, cl., pp. 118.
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The first edition of this book was published nearly twenty years ago, and found a place in the library of nearly every progressive physician soon after publication. Time has made no modification in the well-known views of the author, so far as the causes, symptoms and pathology are concerned, but the chapter on treatment has been augmented by the addition of statements concerning the use of animal extracts and certain new therapeutic remedies not known when the original work was issued.
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