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For some time there have been appearing under the auspices of the Neue Deutsche Chirurgie, originally begun by Paul von Bruns, a great many volumes on the surgery of special parts of the body. The forty-eighth volume, which is here reviewed, is the first of three on the special surgery of diseases of the brain and is published under the editorship of Prof. Fedor Krause in collaboration with Dr. K. Boshamer, Prof. Gustav Brühl, Prof. N. Guleke, Dr. E. Harms, Dr. G. Jorns, Prof. Hans Smidt and Prof. C. T. Willich. If this volume of 735 pages is an example of what one is to expect of the two subsequent volumes, which are promised to appear shortly, there will be an exposition of surgery of the nervous system from the German point of view and as such it will be welcome.
The present volume is divided into eleven divisions: (1)
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