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The seven contributors to this volume are the editor, J. Wesley Bovée, Washington; J. Riddle Goffe, New York; G. Brown Miller, Washington; Geo. H. Noble, Atlanta, Ga.; Benj. R. Shenck, Detroit; Thomas J. Watkins, Chicago; and X. O. Werder, Pittsburg. The advantages of the collaboration of a number of original workers in securing a breadth of view not obtainable in the work of a single author, is referred to by the editor in his preface and demonstrated in certain parts of the book. Thus the discussion of lacerations of the perineum and the description of the old and the new methods of repair by Noble is a credit to the book and a good example of the advantage of leaving special subjects to those who have given them special study. The same may be said of the chapters on fistulas by Noble, of the vaginal method of operation by Goffe,
Practice of Gynecology, In Original Contributions, by American Authors. JAMA. 1906;XLVII(3):225. doi:10.1001/jama.1906.02520030067032
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