Volume VII completes a very extensive work, previous volumes of which have already been mentioned in these columns. This volume, whose field is outlined above, is one of the best of the series. It follows the general plan of dealing chiefly with the subject of treatment and the methods described are those which the experience of the authors approves. Special attention is given to details of after-treatment. A complete index of the work would have been a very desirable addition. As it is, one must consult the index of each volume until the subject sought is found. The work abounds in practical matter, and is one of which the authors may well feel proud.