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This handsome volume contains a number of valuable articles. Dr. William M. Ord, under the head of Some Clinical Aspects of Glycosuria, discusses it in association with, 1, conditions of nerve disease or disorder, appearing either as probable causes or as associated troubles; 2, gout; 3, errors of diet; 4, albuminuria, placing these in sequence in accordance with their relative importance.
Mr. F. Le Gros Clark, in giving Some Records of Surgical Experience, discusses a great variety of subjects in his masterly manner. Thus, forty cases of lithotomy are briefly reviewed, the operation for hernia is discussed, and a woodcut of a "guarded knife" is given, which likewise acts as a director.
John Croft gives two cases in illustration of the Treatment of Cancerous Obstruction of the Œsophagus by Permanent Catheterism.
Mr. G. Gulliver records Two Cases of Ulcerative Endocarditis Following an Attack of Acute Pneumonia.
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Saint Thomas' Hospital Reports.. JAMA. 1884;II(5):134. doi:10.1001/jama.1884.02390300022007
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