Book Review Linacre Lecture, 1908, St. John's College, Cambridge. Thomas Linacre . By William Osler, M.D., F.R.S., Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford. Illustrated. Cambridge: University Press. 1908

1909 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
Robert Jones, of Liverpool, and the result had proved so satisfactory that it had been unnecessary to resort to a cutting operation. remote results following excision of the shoulder-joint for trauma and disease. By Dr. Charles L. Scudder, Boston. He referred to the conditions for which such excision was required and spoke of the great uncertainty of the results of the operation in the minds of the profession. He then gave an analysis of 19 cases of the operations by himself and colleagues at
more » ... and colleagues at the Massachusetts General Hospital. In about 50% of these the result was designated as fair. In 2 of the cases it was good, in 9 fair and in 8 improved. It was to be remembered, however, that the results in excision were never equal to those of reposition and it was, therefore, important to employ the latter in every possible case. The paper was illustrated by a number of lantern slides. A NEW PLASTIC OPERATION FOR CICATRICIAL PALATO-PHARYNGEAL CONTRACTURES AND ADHESIONS.
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