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The appearance of a new edition so soon after the first is sufficient indication of the popularity of this book. If the first edition was received so favorably, there is no question that this one will have a still greater success.
Although this volume is 300 pages longer than the first, the scope of the book has not been enlarged. A good deal of new material has been added in the sections on vascular diseases, fractures, postoperative care, electrical injuries, chest injuries and local anesthesia. More important, however, is the fact that most of the results of important clinical and experimental researches pertaining to the subjects discussed have been added.
The plan of the book remains the same as before. The first seven chapters cover such general topics as wounds, foreign bodies, furuncles and carbuncles, burns and electrical injuries, circulatory disturbances and gangrene. The remainder of the text is a
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