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This volume contains the statistical reports of this famous hospital, for 1892 and 1893, and its publication was this year delayed that the calendar and prospectus for 1894 might be included. The papers in the volume are generally excellent, and well reflect the existing state of British medicine and surgery. They are as follows:
I, The Treatment of Hallux Valgus by H. H. Clutton; II, Case of Separation of Lower Epiphysis of Femur—Gangrene, Amputation, Pyemia, Death, by H. H. Clutton; III, Traumatic Separation of the Upper End of the Femur in Early Life, by William Henry Battle; iv, Acute Osteo-periostitis of the Femora, etc., by William Henry Battle; v, Acute Bronchiectasis, by Seymour J. Sharkey; vi, Pregnancy in a Uni-cervical Bicornate Uterus, by W. W. H. Tate; vii, Sterilized Surgical Dressings and Sterilized Water, by Edmund White; viii, A Case of Gangrene of Foot with Sugar in the Urine, Amputation,
Saint Thomas' Hospital Reports. JAMA. 1895;XXIV(3):102. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430030032020
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