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A HANDBOOK

OF

MEDICAL ELECTRICITY.

WORKS ON MEDICAL ELECTRICITY

PUBLISHED BY

LINDSAY AND BLAKISTON.

Duchenne's Treatise on Localized Electrization and its

Application to Pathology and Therapeutics. Translated from the
Third Edition, by HERBERT TIBBITS, M.D., L.R.C.P., Lond., Medical
Superintendent of the National Hospital for the Paralyzed and
Epileptic. With 92 Illustrations, and Notes and Additions by the

Translator. Price, $3. This is not only a well-nigh exhaustive treatise on the medical uses of Electricity, but it is also an elaborate exposition of the different diseases in which Electricity has proved to be of value as a therapeutic and diagnostic agent. No similar treatise, it is believed, exists in the English language.

PART II., illustrated by chromo-lithographs and numerous wood-cuts, is preparing.

Medical Electricity. A Theoretical and Practical Treatise,

and its Use in the Treatment of Paralysis, Neuralgia, and other Diseases. By JULIUS ALTHAUS, M.D., Member of the Royal College of Physicians, &c. Second Edition, revised, enlarged, and for the most part rewritten. In one volume octavo, with a Lithographic Plate and sixty-two illustrations on Wood. Price, $5.

Reynolds's Lectures on the Clinical Uses of Electricity,

Delivered at the University College Hospital. By J. RUSSELL REYNOLDS,
M.D., F.R.S., Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine,
University College, London, editor of “ A System of Medicine,” &c.,

&c. Post octavo. Price, $1, This handy little book conveys a great deal of information in small bulk and in clear readable English. It is so terse and compressed, that any quotations from the context could only feebly convey the highly practical and generally useful nature of the instruction it contains.-Edinburgh Medical Journal, January, 1872.

OF

MEDICAL ELECTRICITY.

BY

HERBERT TIBBITS, M.D. L.R.C.P., LOND.,

MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT OF THE NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR THE PARALYZED AND EPILEPTIC,
MEDICAL OFFICER FOR ELECTRICAL TREATMENT TO THE HOSPITAL FOR SICK

CBILDREN, GREAT ORMOND STREET.

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1873.

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