This is a cloth bound book of 363 pages containing clinical lectures by 38 teachers and embracing 56 subjects. The number of authors to each country represented is as follows: United States 27, England 6, Canada 2, Scotland, Ireland and France, 1 each. The three leading cities of our own country furnish the following distribution of writers: Philadelphia, 8, New York 6, Chicago 2, nearly one-half of the whole number of contributors. The subject of general medicine occupies 192 pages, surgery, 60, neurolgy, 50, genito-urinary and venereal surgery 38, gynecology and obstetrics 37,pediatrics 20, ophthalmology and dermatology each 10, laryngology 9, otology 0. There are seven well executed plates and 33 figures or cuts. The table of contents could be improved by grouping the lectures under appropriate headings corresponding to the sections in which they are found. There is a very complete index.
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