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Light Treatment in Surgery


IN a foreword to this book, Prof. Leonard Hill refers to it as a masterly production, and we are inclined to agree with this verdict. The translator has done his work exceedingly well, and we now have a book to which we can turn with some confidence on the question of the use of light treatment in surgery; we hope that some one will be found who can cope with light treatment in medicine in as broad a comprehensive way as the author of the work under notice. We shall then be spared a continuance of the present holocaust of books written on the subject of ultra-violet therapy by writers of very little experience.

Light Treatment in Surgery.

By Dr. O. Bernhard. Pp. xii + 317. (London: Edward Arnold and Co., 1926.) 21s. net.

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