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The growth of knowledge of surgical pathology since 1890 is so great that a revision of the work was necessary. The great learning and vast clinical experience of the author are shown at their best in a work of this sort, and while the book has been revised to date by the addition of new matter and new illustrations, the arrangement remains the same as in the first edition. For an elaborate review of the first edition, by Prof. Christian Fenger, see this Journal, Feb. 14, 1891, vol. XVI, 1891, p. 250. The book is destined to hold the boards as a text-book for some time to come, and with justice, for it is a fair and exhaustive exposition of the teaching of the day on the subjects of which it treats. We welcome the volume to our library as the latest and most mature thoughts of the distinguished author
Principles of Surgery. JAMA. 1895;XXV(22):966. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430480044016
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