By Various Writers. Edited by A. Rendle Short. Fourth edition, fully revised. Price, $12. Pp. 599. New York: William Wood & Company, 1932.
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The fourth edition of this book appears ten years after the one that immediately antedated it. Since that time there has been a pronounced alteration in the outlook of such diseases as diabetes, pernicious anemia and nephritis, to mention only a few of the outstanding conditions that can be modified favorably by appropriate treatment. Necessarily, this has called for a revision of certain sections of the book. Except for these comparatively few changes there has been no radical alteration in the context of the book. It gives a complete summary of every conceivable type of condition which might cause death, arranged in alphabetical order. A minor criticism might be that there is a disproportionate amount of space given to some of the conditions, chlorosis, for example, being given somewhat over two and a half pages, whereas coronary thrombosis has about one page assigned to it. All in all, with the
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