January 23, 1904


JAMA. 1904;XLII(4):250. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02490490040010

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All our foreign exchanges show renewed vitality and improvement along various lines with the opening of the new year. The Medizinskoe Obozryenie, which Dr. Sprimon of Moscow has conducted so ably since he founded it thirty years ago, has been acquired by the Moscow Medical Society, but he will continue his editorial supervision. The Presse Médicale enters its eleventh year with several improvements, and the Deutsche medicinishe Wochenschrift has reorganized some of its departments and enlarged them all, as has also the Münchener medicinische Wochenshrift. The Semaine Médicale continues its serene course of restricting its size to twelve pages a week, and publishing only what it sifts out of the overwhelming material which each week offers. It still continues its remarkable practice of editorial abstracts of prominent articles published elsewhere, refraining from citing the authority. The series of letters from America is concluded. It has been as satisfactory as could

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