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This volume is the outcome of several years' work by the author at the National Orthopedic Hospital, the Evelyn Hospital for Sick Children, and for some time in the Orthopedic Department at the Westminster Hospital. The author, however, has not only made a record of his own work, but has given a fair account of the deformities as at present understood. It is pleasing to note that he has quoted freely from Bradford and Lovett of this country, and pays a graceful tribute to our Orthopedic Association by saying: "Above all, I can not omit to express my sense of indebtedness to the many admirable writers who have recorded their experiences in the transactions of the American Orthopedic Association."
There are nine chapters on deformities of the spine, constituting Section One; four chapters on deformities of the neck, chest and upper extremities, constituting Section Two; Section Three has only one
Deformities: A Treatise on Orthopedic Surgery, intended for Practitioners and Advanced Students.. JAMA. 1896;XXVII(11):610–611. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430890048015
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