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PRESS NOTICES OF THE FIRST EDITION.
“ The work can be earnestly recommended as a faithful exponent of American gynecology, conceived in a spirit of moderation and conservatism.”—Medical Record, New York.
“ While written in a concise way, it is exceedingly full, and covers the whole ground of gynecology.—Boston Medical and Surgical Journal.
“ The chapter on the Anatomy of the Female Pelvic Organs cannot be too highly commended. : . . The author shows a wide knowledge of therapeutics and a commendable wealth of resource. The author's descriptions of operations are particularly lucid." —Annals of Surgery.
“We think it one of the few really good books on gynecology for the general practitioner."—New York Medical Journal.
“ It is in every sense a safe text-b to place in the hands of the student and general practitioner; while the style is so lucid, concise, and forcible that no one can misunderstand a single statement.”—American Journal of the Medical Sciences.
"A useful work. A capital index makes consultation easy.”—Edinburgh Med. ical Journal.
“ The chapter on Diseases of the Fallopian Tubes is up to date, complete, and instructive, as are also the chapters on Uterine Fibroids, Diseases of the Ovaries, and Peri-uterine Inflammation.”-American Medico-Surgical Bulletin.
“ The surgeon will find much to interest him, and he will turn to its pages for hurried consultation much oftener than to some of the more elaborate 'text-books' and systems.'”—Journal of the American Medical Association.
“ The special merits of this work are that it is a book of moderate size, and hence comparatively inexpensive; that it is thoroughly modern; that the subjects are so well tabulated and indexed that reference is easy; that the author's style is singularly concise and clear. ... The illustrations are copious and admirable.”—Therapeutic Gazette.
“One is struck with its clearness and practical value.”—Annals of Gynecology and Pediatrics.
“ This work is in our opinion the most practical text-book on gynecology (from the standpoint of the general practitioner) thus far published.”—Hahnemannian Monthly
“We do not know of any work which is so replete with technique and fair detailed instructions.”—Chicago Clinical Review.
PROFESSIONAL COMMENTS. “One of the best text-books for students and practitioners which has been published in the English language; it is condensed, clear, and comprehensive. The profound learning and great clinical experience of the distinguished author find expression in this book in a most attractive and instructive form. Young practitioners, to whom experienced consultants may not be available, will find in this book invaluable counsel and help.”—THAD. A. REAMY, M. D., LL.D., Professor of Clinical Gynecology, Medical College of Ohio; Gynecologist to the Good Samaritan and Cincinnati Hospitals,
“I can heartily recommend it to students and practitioners. It is concise, comprehensive, and consistent. I have in my library almost every recent author on this subject, and among them all I find none better fitted for a text-book than the volume you have just published. I do not see how it can fail of being very popular.”—JOHN W. STREETER, Professor of Gynecology, Chicago Homeopathic Medical College.
DISEASES OF WOMEN.
HENRY J. GARRIGUES, A. M., M. D.,
Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics in the New York School of Clinical Medicine; Gyne
of the New York County Medical Society, etc.
CONTAINING THREE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-FIVE ENGRAVINGS
AND COLORED PLATES.
SECOND EDITION, THOROUGHLY REVISED.
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ABRAHAM JACOBI, M.D.,
PROFESSOR OF DISEASES OF CHILDREN IN THE NEW YORK COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS ; EX-PRESIDENT OF THE MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK ;
EX-PRESIDENT OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, ETC., ETC.,
IS RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED