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October 24, 1891

Atlas of Clinical Medicine, by Byrom Bramwell, M.D., etc. Assistant Physician to the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, etc.

JAMA. 1891;XVII(17):651. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410950039014

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Abstract

Part second of this excellent work has just been issued and it is fully equal to the first part, recently issued.

This number treats of

First: Addison's Disease, clinical investigation of Addison's Disease. Two cases simulating Addison's Disease.

Second: Melanotic Sarcoma with Pigmentation of the Skin. Clinical investigation of cases of Melanotic Sarcoma.

Third: Hodgkin's Disease. Clinical investigation of cases of Hodgkin's Disease.

With it are superior illustrations of the text, and with additional plates showing-Molluscum Fibrosum. Xeroderma. Pigmentosum. Mania.

Should the high standard which characterizes the two numbers of the work already issued, be maintained it will prove a valuable addition to clinical medicine that will be welcome and that should be so well supported by the profession as to encourage authors and publishers to issue more works of the kind.

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