Edited by J. Ewing Mears, M.D. Philadelphia: Printed for the Association by Wm. J. Dorman, 1891. Cl. 8vo, pp. 508.
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Most of the addresses and papers in this volume have been printed in the current medical journals, and are already common property, but we have them here collected in one volume, thus constituting a series of surgical essays of the highest class, by surgeons of National reputation.
President Mastin, in concluding his excellent address, recommends the project of establishing a monument to the late Professor Samuel D. Gross. A statue at Washington is the form commended.
The necrology report includes biographical sketches of Dr. Truman H. Squire, Prof. v. Volkmann, Prof. v. Nussbaum, Dr. Richard J. Levis, Dr. David Prince, Prof. Chas. T. Parkes, Dr. T. B. Reed and Prof. H. J. Bigelow.
The volume should be found in the library of every progressive surgeon.
Transactions of the American Surgical Association, Vol. ix. JAMA. 1892;XIX(6):170. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02420060024006
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