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The medical department of the U.S. army in the world war; prepared under the direction of Maj. Gen. M. W. Ireland. Vol. XI: Surgery, pt. 2: Empyema, by Lieut. Col. Edward K. Dunham. Maxillofacial surgery, by Lieut. Col. Robert H. Ivy and Maj. Joseph D. Eby. Ophthamology (U.S.), by Brig. Gen. George E. De Schweinitz. Opthamology (Am. expedit. forces), by Col. Allan Greenwood. Otoloaryngology (Am. expedit. forces), by Col. James F. McKernon.

Corporate Author: United States.
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, Govt. print. off., 1921-
Subjects: Ear > Wounds and injuries.
Eye > Wounds and injuries.
Surgery.
Face.
Jaws > Wounds and injuries.
Empyema.
Note: Editor-in-chief: Col. Charles Lynch.
"Chapter VIII, the surgical treatment of the refractory empyema cavities, was prepared by Col. William L. Keller, M.C., and is an exposition of his revolutionary surgical work on a series of what had been previously considered almost hopeless cases."--Pref.
Physical Description: v : illus., plates (part col.) diagrs., tables (part fold.) 26 cm.
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