By Dr. S. Pozzi of Paris. Third revised edition. Translated by Dr. Brooks H. Wells of New York. One volume of 950 pages, royal octavo, illustrated by over 600 wood engavings. Muslin, $5.50 net; leather, $6.50 net. New York: William Wood & Co. 1897.
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This edition is an exact translation of the third French edition, and as the work has been translated into German, English, Spanish, Italian and Russian and has received the prize of the Institute of the Academy of Medicine of Paris, it is almost beyond the province of the reviewer, and additional interest will attach to the work of Pozzi since his trip to America, where he was entertained royally by the surgical craft generally and particularly by those surgeons whose practice is limited to gynecology. Few changes have been made in the work since the last edition, but they are such as to bring the volume down to date and within the compass of a single volume. The gynecologist who follows the instructions of Pozzi closely will make no mistake.
A Treatise on Gynecology, Medical and Surgical. JAMA. 1897;XXIX(22):1128. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440480044025
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