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This little volume is prepared especially for the general practitioner; and, unlike many books with this ostensible aim, it is actually helpful, as it endeavors to present in a simple and easily assimilated form essential and important facts regarding various types of insanity and their legal aspects. Noticeable and commendable are the absence of complicated nomenclature, the concise discussion of the various forms of insanity, and the rational arrangement of the contents. The appendix contains copies of various legal forms. The book can safely be recommended to the general practitioner.
Insanity in Every-Day Practice.. JAMA. 1911;LVI(2):149. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560020065043