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July 19, 1890

A Manual of Anatomy for Senior Students.

JAMA. 1890;XV(3):119. doi:10.1001/jama.1890.02410290039012

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Abstract

This manual of 520 pages is just issued by the well-known firm of Longmans, Green & Co. While the field of surgical anatomy has been covered by many able writers we think the aim of the author has been so well accomplished that his work will be found a valuable addition to our medical and surgical literature. It covers the essential points in the entire range of anatomy, and is well illustrated. It also traverses the domain of the physician and the specialist. It is especially suggestive and will be found of practical value as a book for ready reference. The advanced student and the practitioner will find it well suited to their needs. Surgical diseases tersely and ably considered; fractures and dislocations, malformations and deformities are treated of, and all important operations satisfactorily described. The circulatory system, its pathology and treatment, form a specially interesting chapter. The specialties are

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