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1894 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
It is one of the few books in which the directions for asepsis are at once thoroughly complete and such as cau be adapted to private practice. The chapter on pelvimetry is timely and excellent, though we disagree with the statement that the justo-minor pelvis is a rare
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