New York: William Wood and Company, 1904.
Hardcover. 9 1/2" X 6 1/4". 351pp. Mild edgewear and soiling to red cloth hardcover binding, with blind stamped device to front cover and gilt lettering to spine. Bumped corners and head and tail of spine. Front board loose. Previous owner's name to front pastedown and title page. Plate XI loose and laid in to place. Binding otherwise sound. Contents clean and unmarked. Fifteen plates, thirty-six illustrations, and two superimposed charts (plate and illustrated tissue guard). From Preface: "This work is intended for Doctors of Medicine as well as for Lawyers, and especially for use in court....The time has certainly come for some one who is initiated, and has sufficient knowldege, to urge the proper and honest presentation of medical facts in court by the plaintiff as well as the defendant, for it does not do to pervert medial truths which in their way are quite as well settled as the axioms of the law." Good. Item #1121