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As the subject of minor surgery has heretofore been treated as a minor matter, this volume is a welcome and valuable addition to surgical literature. The author is evidently a master of his subject and a clear, logical writer. Although a small volume, as surgical textbooks go, it covers the field thoroughly. Particularly well written are the chapters on fractures and on infection of the hand. The information throughout is of a most practical kind and is thoroughly up to date. The illustrations are by no means elaborate, but serve the purpose of aiding the text. The book should prove of particular value to the student in his surgical dispensary, to the intern in his surgical service, and to the industrial surgeon.
Minor Surgery. JAMA. 1926;86(7):508. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670330052034
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