Recent Literature Electro-Hemostasis in Operative Surgery . By Alexander J. C. Skene, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Gynecology in the Long Island College Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.; formerly Professor of Gynecology in the New York Post-Graduate Medical School; Gynecologist to the Long Island College Hospital; President of the American Gynecological Society, 1887; Corresponding Member of the British, Boston, and Detroit Gynecological Societies, of the Royal Society of Medical and Natural Sciences of Brussels, of ...

1899 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
been through five editions and in this its sixth, " revised and enlarged," the reader has a right to expect a finished text-book of materia medica and therapeutics. 11 should he free from errors and thoroughly up to date. We look through tho sections on inorganic and organic materia medica, however, and are amazed to lind no mention of drugs, some of which have been employed nearly ;i decenniuin and have proven themselves most useful. That a sixth edition of materia medica and therapeutics
more » ... shed in 1899 contains no description of trional, diuretin, dermatol
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