Recent Literature Through the Ivory Gate: Studies in Psychology and Insanity . By William W. Ireland, M.D., Edin. New York: G. P. Putnam & Sons. 1889. Edinburgh: Bell & Bradfote, 8vo, pp. 311

1890 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Very liable to do it. He says it causes very little disturbance. Pl'is paper was not intended to take up one of the jnost interesting questions connected with the whole subject, and that is the time of the operation. Personally ** am in favor of operating early. Dr. Thomas Dwight made a communication on the individual variations in the shape of the bones of the lower extremity, and explained their bearing on the positions of the toot. Many specimens were shown, chiefly of the lenitir. The great
more » ... lenitir. The great range of variations in certain bones of the body was illustrated by several specimens of the 8capula. Db. Graham : I have been very much interested in the fact that some people sprain their ankles much more easily than others, aside from accident and laxity°t
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