CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME XLVII
THE RELATION OF THE MESOCOLIC BAND TO GASTROENTEROSTOMY
INTRACRANIAL ABSCESS DUE TO THE TYPHOID BACILLUS
ISOLATED FRACTURE OF THE GREATER TUBEROSITY OF THE HUMERUS
A CONTRIBUTION OF THE DIAGNOSIS OF RENAL TUBERCULOSIS
EXCISION OF THE WHOLE LEFT LOBE OF THE LIVER FOR SARCOMA
SPLENECTOMY FOR LACERATED SPLEEN, AFTER BLOOD TRANSFUSION
SPLENECTOMY FOR GUNSHOT WOUND OF THE SPLEEN
SPLENECTOMY IN BANTI'S DISEASE
SPLENECTOMY FOR CARCINOMA
GANGRENE OF APPENDIX IN A THREE WEEKS' OLD INFANT
PRIMARY SARCOMA OF THE PROSTATE
A SYSTEMATIC OPERATION FOR PENILE HYPOSPADIAS AND OTHER DEFECTS OF THE URETHRAL FLOOR
SIMPLE FRACTURE OF THE CARPAL SCAPHOID
OBSERVATIONS OF THE TREATMENT OF FRACTURE OF THE NECK OF THE FEMUR IN 112 CASES
THE OPEN METHOD IN THE TREATMENT OF POTT'S FRACTURE OF THE LEG
PUNCTURED FRACTURE OF THE SKULL
PRIMARY CANCER IN ACUTELY INFLAMED APPENDIX
FRACTURE OF THE NECK OF THE FEMUR
OBSERVATIONS ON THE TREATMENT OF FRACTURE OF THE NECK OF THE FEMUR
EXICISION OF ANTHRAX PUSTULE
EXCISION OF THE TONGUE UNDER ANAESTHESIA PRODUCED BY SEQUESTRATION ANAEMIA
LEUCOPLAKIA LINGUALIS
HODGKIN'S DISEASE TREATED WITH THE MIXED TOXINS OF ERYSIPELAS AND BACILLUS PRODIGIOSUS
EPITHELIOMA OF PALATE AND FAUCES
SIMPLE FRACTURE OF THE CARPAL SCAPHOID
ACUTE DIVERTICULITIS OF DESCENDING COLON AND SIGMOID PERFORATION
TENDON TRANSPLANTATION FOR CONGENITAL CLUB FOOT
LUXATION OF SPINAL VERTEBRAE.–GUNSHOT WOUND OF BRAIN
GUNSHOT WOUND OF BRAIN
PUNCTURED FRACTURE OF THE SKULL
PERMANENT DRAINAGE OF BOTH KIDNEYS THROUGH LUMBAR OPENING
HUMAN ANATOMY, INCLUDING STRUCTURE AND DEVELOPMENT, AND PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS. By THOMAS DWIGHT, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Anatomy in Harvard University; J. PLAYFAIR MCMURRICH, M.D., Ph.D., Professor of Anatomy in the University of Michigan; CARL A. HAMANN, M.D., Professor of Anatomy in the Western Reserve University; GEORGE E. PIERSOL, M.D., Professor of Anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania; and J WILLIAM WHITE, M.D., LL.D., Professor of Surgery in the University of Pennsylvania. With 1734 illustrations, of which 1522 are original and largely from dissections by JOHN C. HEISLER, Professor of Anatomy in the Medico-Chirurgical College, Philadelphia. Edited by GEORGE A. PIERSOL. J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia and London. 1907
SURGICAL DIAGNOSIS. By DANIEL N. EISENDRATH, M.D., Adjunct Professor of Surgery in the Medical Department of the University of Illinois (College of Physicians and Surgeons). Octavo of 775 pages, with 482 original illustrations, 15 in colors. Philadelphia and London
MANUAL OF OPERATIVE SURGERY. By JOHN FAIRBAIRN BINNIE, A.M., C.M. (Aberdeen); Professor of Surgery Kanasas State University, Kanasas City. Philadelphia
THE TECHNIC OF MODERN OPERATIONS FOR HERNIA. By ALEXANDER HUGH FERGUSON, M.B., C.M., F.T.M.S. Professor of Clinical Surgery, Medical Department of the University of Illinois; Professor of Surgery at the Chicago Post-Graduate Medical School, Chicago, Ill. Illustrated by reproductions of original drawings from the author's collection. Chicago, Cleveland Press, 1907
MANUAL OF SURGERY. By ALEXIS THOMPSON, F.R.C.S., Assistant Surgeon Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, and Alexander Miles, F.R.C.S., Assistant Surgeon Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Two volumes. Second edition revised and enlarged. Pentland, Edinburgh and London. 1906
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM AND ANUS. By HARRISON CRIPPS, F.R.C.S. Third edition. 1907. J. & A. Churchill, London, and W. T. Keener & Co., Chicago
EYE INJURIES AND THEIR TREATMENT. By A. MAITLAND RAMSAY, M.D. James Maclehose & Sons, Glasgow, and The Macmillan Company, New York, 1907