Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1872-1920)

, Volume 104, Issue 5, pp 397–408 | Cite as

Part II. Reviews and bibliographical notices



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  1. The Deformities of the Fingers and Toes. ByWilliamAnderson, F.R.C.S.; Surgeon to St. Thomas’s Hospital; Examiner in Surgery at the University of London, &c. London: J. & A. Churchill. 1897. Pp. 150.Google Scholar
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