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The general plan of this new work on pediatrics is commendable; the balance between the various subjects is sustained and the chapter on dietetics is particularly well presented. It can be highly recommended to the medical student and to the general practitioner as an excellent epitome of pediatrics from what might be called the American point of view: If there be any point in the book open to criticism it is the Chauvinistic spirit that pervades much of the English literature of pediatrics. The book is lavishly illustrated with original illustrations that lend a clinical atmosphere to the text.
Diseases of Infants and Children.. JAMA. 1910;LIV(9):730. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550350066028