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In the text of this volume the author does not pretend to present anything new. He states in his preface that "the questions now are what are the comparative values of the various methods advocated, and is one method more suitable than another for a certain kind of case?" Most of the methods described, as well as the illustrations, are taken from other books with acknowledgment. Much of the remainder of the text and most of the remaining illustrations present features embodied in discussions and illustrations that have been published in other books. The volume presents a fair recapitulation of some of the accepted facts and methods on the subject of hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoids. JAMA. 1938;111(13):1239. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790390095045
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