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September 10, 1904

Infectious Diseases. Their Etiology, Diagnosis and Treatment.

JAMA. 1904;XLIII(11):747. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500110041020

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Abstract

One can not peruse this work without recognizing at once that it has been written by a master mind. The subject has been comprehensively covered in all its phases, historical, theoretical and practical, experimental and clinical. The work of the laboratory is weighed and measured by the facts as presented at the bedside, the results of the one thus controlling and supplementing those of the other in a manner which could only be done by one not only perfectly familiar with laboratory and experimental methods, but also having at his command unlimited clinical facilities. The work is an excellent one and of great value, not only to the general practitioner, but also to the surgeon and specialist, for there is no branch of medicine which does not have to reckon with this class of diseases.

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