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REVIEWS. this plan is frequently followed by a rapidly developed general infection. This conclusion surely is in direct opposition to the experience of surgeons in this country who have had to deal with this affection. These volumes are not profusely illustrated, and the woodcuts are for the most part diagrammatic and sketchy.doi:10.1136/bmj.1.1688.957 fatcat:ujodauji7jctphzq4l6eij7564