Excerpt from Principles and Practice of Surgery, Vol. 3: Being a Treatise on Surgical Diseases and Injuries
With the completion of this volume, the third, of a System of Surgery, terminates a task which has occupied, for more than five years, whatever moments of leisure have ... been at my command. The very favorable recep tion of the first two parts of the work by the profession, as well as by the medical press, both in this country and abroad, has contributed in no small degree to lighten the labor bestowed on the present volume.
In its preparation I have to acknowledge my continued indebtedness to Dr. J. William White, for his careful revision of the proof-sheets while the work was passing through the press.
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