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The eighth and last volume of this work will be welcomed by all who have been fortunate enough to have subscribed to it. In this volume are considered intrathoracic surgery, surgery of the spleen, surgical diseases and wounds of the kidneys and ureters, surgery of the pancreas, surgery of the liver, gall-bladder and biliary passages, surgical diseases, wounds and malformations of the urinary bladder and the prostate and surgery of the ovaries and Fallopian tube and the uterus, including extra-uterine pregnancy, Cesarean section, etc. The chapter on carcinoma of the uterus is particularly worthy of notice.
The work has been favorably commented on repeatedly in these columns as the various volumes appeared. This last volume is particularly noteworthy in that several subjects of interest to the surgeon are considered which heretofore have not been found incorporated in works of this kind. Of these we may mention an excellent chapter on
American Practice of Surgery. JAMA. 1911;LVII(16):1316. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.04260100142048
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