By Félix Ramond, Physician to the Hôpital St.-Antoine, Paris, and Dimitresco-Popovici, Physician to the Hôpital Regina-Elisabeta, Bucharest. With the Collaboration of H. Dany. Paper. Price, 17 francs. Pp. 132, with 10 illustrations. Paris: Masson & Cie, 1933.
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In 1923, Masson & Cie began to publish a series of short monographs under the name "Collection médecine et chirurgie pratiques." These monographs evidently have won a considerable degree of popularity, judged by their rate of growth, for up to the beginning of 1933 fifty-seven had appeared. In 1933 the two monographs with the titles mentioned have been printed, and one on the treatment of diabetes by Marcel Labbé is on the press. Each monograph is short, inexpensive and, judging by the two latest samples, well printed on good paper. The group as a whole covers a wide range of subjects. A few of the volumes have been reviewed in The Journal of the American Medical Association. They are well spoken of and appear to fulfil the purposes for which they were published, namely, to offer physicians a practical collection of booklets on subjects dealing with current medical and surgical
L'aérophagie et son traitement.. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1933;52(2):338. doi:10.1001/archinte.1933.00160020176009