Reviews and Notices of Books

1867 The Lancet  
395 usually on one side only. He would like to know more about these bands. When seen during life they looked very different from what they appeared after death. Most of the cases brought up against him were too far gone before operation, and the surgeon should recollect that, at all events, the patient cannot be in worse plight after the operation than before. The great rules as to diagnosis he considered to be the sudden, acute, and paroxysmal nature of the symptoms, and the pain being
more » ... e pain being limited to one spot.
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