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December 8, 1883

The International Review of Medical and Surgical Technics.

JAMA. 1883;I(22):651. doi:10.1001/jama.1883.02390220019005

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Abstract

—This is the title to a proposed new periodical, to be published at 51 Union Park, Boston, Mass., and edited by Drs. Joseph R. Warren, Charles Everett Warren, and W. Everett Smith. Some idea of its scope and purposes may be gained from the following paragraph, taken from the announcement sent to us by the editors:

"This Review will be issued quarterly, upon the first of January, April, July, and October, and will be devoted chiefly to the description, illustration, and discussion of instruments, appliances and methods of operation that have been recently devised or published. The manufacture, use, care, and repair of instruments, as well as makeshifts and expedients in case of emergencies, or inability to procure the instrument desired, will receive especial consideration. Reports of the history, properties and medical use of drugs will not be published, being foreign to the purpose of the journal; but descriptions of

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