5 edition of A treatise on amputations of the extremities and their complications. found in the catalog.
|Statement||By B.A. Watson ...|
|LC Classifications||RD553 .W33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 762 p.|
|Number of Pages||762|
|LC Control Number||07004263|
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Full text of "A treatise on amputations of the extremities and their complications" See other formats. Excerpt from A Treatise on Amputations of the Extremities and Their Complications Several years of patient investigation satisfied the Author that there was here a demand which ought to be supplied; therefore he was prompted to undertake the preparation of this encyclopedic monograph containing the important facts, theo ries, and arguments relating to amputations of the extremities and their Author: B.
Watson. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson, B.A. (Beriah André), Treatise on amputations of the extremities and their complications. A notice of this work must necessarily be very short or very long. In making a short notice of it the reviewer must content himself with saying that it stands alone in surgical literature as a work in which everything connected with the subject has been brought out, and dwelt upon at the necessary length; in which there is no unnecessary work of detail, and no omission of important fact; in.
Author(s): Watson,B A(Beriah André), Title(s): A treatise on amputations of the extremities and their complications. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Blakiston, A Treatise on Amputations of the Extremities, and their Complications By G.
Butler Topics: Book ReviewAuthor: G. Butler. B.A. Watson's A Treatise on Amputations of the Extremities and their Complications of (Fig. ) is an encyclopaedic volume having origin in the author's experience during the American Civil War of and later in Jersey City where more railroads terminated than in any other American city; train wheels remain a significant cause of.
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