Berkeley Moynihan Surgeon. With a preface by Lord Moynihan.
by [MOYNIHAN, Berkeley (1865-1936)] BATEMAN, Donald.
New York:: Macmillan, 1940., 1940. 8vo. xv, , 353,  pp. 8 plates, including frontispiece. Red gilt-stamped cloth; clipped rear fold of dust-jacket laid in. Sir Moynihan has a leading British surgeon of his day. He declared surgery required, "Infinite gentleness, scrupulous care, light handling and purposeful, effective, quiet movements which are no more than a caress, are all necessary if an operation is to be the work of an artist and not merely of a hewer of flesh." – Moynihan, Lord Berkeley: Papers and Case Books". Royal College of Surgeons.
(Inventory #: SEG1118)
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