The new two volume edition of 1,643 pages of text and over 1,100 illustrations forms a most fitting amplification of the late Dr. W. C. Campbell's original work. The editors have truly met a timely need in carefully compiling and correlating the up-to-the-minute recognized orthopedic instruments, methods, technics and equipment, used in the surgical treatment not only of the conditions seen in everyday practice but also of unusual pathologic conditions.
This is a scientific work that every orthopedic surgeon will want in his library. It is a valuable reference for every fellow or resident studying orthopedic surgery, a useful guide for nearly every accepted method of treating surgically any orthopedic condition. The surgeon who has even a casual interest in orthopedic problems, or is occasionally confronted with such conditions, with the aid of the text can evaluate the various technics for a specific case. The material is sufficiently detailed to