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This small book has a calendar on the first page, followed by two vacant pages for telephone numbers and ninety-six pages of abstracts of articles published recently in various medical journals. Then follow many blank pages on which the physician may record his visiting list, with a few pages to record obstetric engagements, adjacent to the dates of the last menstruation, first fetal movements, and when labor is expected. The last pages also are blank to record the amount of cash receipts. The book is of the loose leaf type, fitting between spring covers which, when sprung backward, permit the easy removal of all the contents and its replacement with new material.
Keesing's Medical Digest, January 1—March 31, 1938. JAMA. 1938;111(10):967. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790360075041