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Surgery, Operative. Here are entered works dealing with the details of surgical operations. Literature relating to the risks and accidents of operations, treatment of patients after operations, and other generalities are entered under the heading Operations, Surgical. Works relating especially to methods of securing asepsis are entered under Surgery, Aseptic and antiseptic. Title(s): Surgical notes from four continents and the West Indies. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Chicago, ] Description: 1 v. (various pagings) ill., ports. Senn No. 78, Surgical notes from four continents and the West Indies, vol. 2, Box 90 Senn No. 79, On some of the limits of the art of surgery, delivered at 47th annual meeting of AMA, May Angela Chance Member. UPLOADS. POSTS. REVIEWS. COLLECTIONS. WEB ARCHIVES WEB. Filters. Surgical notes from four continents and the West Indies. 01/ by Senn, Nicholas, texts. Book on the physician himself, and things that concern his reputation and success.
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