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Página 487 - OPERATIVE SURGERY; or, A Description and Demonstration of the various Processes of the Art; including all the New Operations, and exhibiting the State of Surgical Science in its present advanced condition. Complete in one royal 4to.
Página 488 - WHICH ARE EITHER The Size of Life, OR EXACTLY HALF THE SIZE. Upon which the first artists have been employed, and which are fully equal, if not superior, to the original, and the publishers can safely pronounce it THE MOST SPLENDID WORK ON MIDWIFERY EVER PUBLISHED. Now complete in one large 4/o. volume, of the size of '' Quain's Anatomy," " Pancoasfs Surgery," and
Página 488 - IB a most valuable addition to the surgical literature of the United States. It was a happy idea to illustrate this department of surgery, as it renders perfectly clear what the very best verbal description often leaves obscure, and is, to some extent, a substitute for witnessing operations. To those practitioners especially, who are called upon occasionally, only, to perform operations, we are not acquainted with any volume better calculated for reference prior to using the knife.
Página 488 - We cannot close our remarks without adverting to the thirty very beautiful lithographs which illustrate the text. They render it quite impossible to misunderstand the author, and afford a very favorable example of the advanced state of the Art on the American Comment."— Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1S44.
Página 489 - ... of natural parturition, to the most difficult and complicated labor. The profession are greatly indebted to French industry in pathological and special anatomy for the continued advance in the science of Obstetrics ; and the work before us may be regarded as the completion of all that has accumulated in this department of medical science, greatly enhanced in value by many valuable original suggestions, to the proper arrangement of which the author has devoted a great amount of labor. The translation...
Página 488 - ... calculated for reference prior to using the knife. There are similar works published in Europe, but they are much more expensive, without being superior in point of usefulness to the very cheap volume before us. "All the modern operations for the cure of squinting. club-foot, and the replacing lost parts and repairing deformities from partial destruction of ihe nose.
Página 488 - ... the diseases of the teeth ; and it is chiefly to be attributed to the want of such knowledge that most writers on Dental Surgery have erred so much relative to the causes and nature 01 these diseases.
Página 488 - ON THE TEETH. THE ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND DISEASES OF THE TEETH AND GUMS, 'WITH THE MOST APPROVED METHODS OF TREATMENT, INCLUDING OPERATIONS, AND A GENERAL ACCOUNT OF THE METHOD OF MAKING AND SETTING Artificial Teeth.
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Página 488 - thor, winch equals that of Dr. Goddard.— One reason for this may arise from the circumstance, that the learned author is a practical anatomist, whose knowledge is on a level with the modern diseoveries, and who has himself authenticated the latest researches into the minute anatomy of the dental structure.