By Harold E. B. Pardee, M.D., Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Cornell University Medical College. Third edition. Price, $5.50. Pp. 295, with 74 illustrations. New York: Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., 1933.
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The first edition of this book was published in 1924. It cost $4 and contained 222 pages with 56 illustrations. It was reviewed in the Archives (34:737 [Nov.] 1924) and in The Journal of the American Medical Association (83:1359 [Oct. 25] 1924). Both reviews spoke well of it, complimenting the author on his clarity of style and manner of presentation and predicting that this work would prove of practical value not only for reference but also in the clinic.
A second edition was published in 1928. By that time the volume had grown in size and was more expensive. It cost $5.50 and contained 242 pages with 60 illustrations. The second edition also was reviewed in the Archives (43:891 [June] 1929) and in The Journal of the American Medical Association (91:1181 [July 14] 1928). Both reviews again spoke cordially of the book and of the comprehensive manner in which the
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