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This is a well written, well illustrated monograph, whose title the author must have been at considerable pains to select. Exclusion of the anus leaves a text chock-a-block with useful information on all phases of major surgery of the large intestine.
Many of the basic principles of this branch of surgery have had an English origin, stemming largely from two schools whose ideas did not always correspond, but Mr. Aylett has taken the best from both, added some American and continental ingredients, and presented what may be considered a crystallization of the best of nearly all modern thought on his
Surgery of the Caecum and Colon.. Ann Intern Med. 1955;43:915. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-43-4-915
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