This is one of those books that are not born to die, for it is devoted to a special subject. The text-book comes and goes, it serves to fill a space for a brief period, but the monograph is quoted forever. We look at the text-book while it is fresh, but when preparing a lecture, or writing an article for the medical society, we seek the monograph, however mouldy it may have become, or whatever the thickness of the dust upon it. Therefore those who seek fame in medical literature must do so by circumscribing their literary ventures, and concentrating their powers upon a single class of ideas, How few text-books have survived their times?
This book of Dr. Schultze gives in extenso his views on the whole subject of pathology and treatment of displacements, and the author has adopted the excellent plan of giving at the end of each