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Full text of "Pathogenic Bacteria"

though the pneumococcus Is the infective agent in almost every case of pneumonia
and primary broncho-pneumonia, the anatomical distinction is maintained. In
secondary broncho-pneumonia, however, there is nearly always a mixed infection,
and with the familiar streptococcus are often found Friedlander's bacillus and
staphylococci, of the specific germ of influenza, diphtheria, pneumonia, or tuber-
culosis. Dr. Holt is certainly much to be congratulated on his discussions of the
bacterial agencies at work in the production of disease. We have said enough to
convey the very high opinion we have formed of the whole volume, and we con-
fidently expect that it will rank in the estimation of the profession as one of the
best of many good books that have come to us from across the Atlantic."—
Practitioner.

HYDE AND MONTGOMERY.—A Manual of Syphilis and
the Venereal Diseases. By JAMES NEVIKTS HYDE, M.D., Professor
of Skin and Venereal Diseases, Rush Medical College, Chicago, and FRANK H.
MONTGOMERY, M.D., Lecturer on Dermatology and Genito-Urinary Diseases,
Hush Medical College, Chicago. Profusely illustrated. Price 12s net.

This Manual is intended as a thoroughly practical guide, and represents the
latest knowledge of the Venereal Diseases which are included under the heads of
Syphilis, and Gonorrhoea and its complications, with very complete instructions
for their diagnosis and carefully prepared instructions for their treatment, cure,
and alleviation.

The illustrations (some of which are coloured) have been selected with the
greatest possible care, and with the view of elucidating the text.

" We can commend this Manual to the student as a help to him in his study of
venereal diseases."—Liverpool Med.-Chi. Journal.

" The work may safely be recommended, being modern in spirit and concise
and complete."—The Physician and Siirgeon.

INGALS.—Diseases of the Chest, Throat, and Nasal Cava-
ties, including Physical Diagnosis and Diseases of the Lungs, Heart,
and Aorta, Laryngology and Diseases of the Pharynx, Larynx, Nose, Thyroid
Gland, and (Esophagus. By E. FLETCHER INGALS, A.M., M.D., Professor of
Laryngology and Practice of Medicine, Rush Medical College; Professor of
Diseases of the Throat and Chest, North-Western University Woman'sMedical
School; Professor of Laryngology and Rhinology, Chicago Poly clinic;
Laryngologist to the St. Joseph's Hospital and to the Presbyterian Hospital,
etc. ; Fellow of the American Laryngological Association and American
Climatological Association; Member of the American Medical Association,
Illinois State Medical Society, Chicago Medical Society, Chicago Pathological
Society, etc., etc. Third Edition, revised. With 240 illustrations, in one
volume. Price 21s net.

KELLY.—Operative Gynecolpgy. ByHowARDA.KELLY,A.B.,M.D.,

Fellow of the American Gynecological Society ; Professor of Gynecology and
Obstetrics in the Johns Hopkins University, and Gynecologist and Obste-
trician to the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore; formerly Associate Pro-
fessor of Obstetrics in the University of Pennsylvania; Corresponding Mem-
ber of the Society Obste'tricale et Gynecologique de Paris, and of the Gesell-
schaft Flir G-ebiirtshulfe Zu Leipzig. In two royal octavo volumes, with 24
plates and 590 illustrations. Handsomely bound in half-morocco. Gilt tops.
Vol. I., 580 pages ; Vol. II., 573 pages. Price £3.3s net.

The author's aim in preparing this book has been to place in the hands of his
friends who have followed his gynecological work, and before the medical public,
a summary of the various gynecological operations that he has found best in his
own practice. He does not undertake to present a digest of the literature of the