Volume xiii. Edited by E. D. Ferguson, M.D. Pp. 624. New York: Published by the Association, 1897.
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This very welcome addition to our medical literature still maintains the standard erected at the start. Careful research, original views and lucid statement are prominent features of the contributions. Among the writers are the well known names of Drs. J. W. S. Gouley, Joseph D. Bryant, T. D. Crothers, J. E. Janvrin, John Shrady, J. Lewis Smith, George T. Harrison, Nathan G. Bozeman, H. O. Marcy of Boston, and the editor himself. The addresses of Dr. Darwin Colvin, the retiring President, and Dr. Charles Phelps, President elect, are thoughtful, chaste and suggestive. Dr. Reginald H. Sayre on "Roentgen's Discovery as Applied to Surgery," gives a masterly résumé of its present status, while the participants in the discussion of prostatic enlargement, all of whom deserve more than the usual meed of praise, certainly a passing note. These were, besides Dr. Gouley, Drs. Samuel Alexander, W. G. Bronson and Douglas Ayers. Drs.
Transactions of the New York State Medical Association. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(26):1251. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440260045018
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