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March 1925

International Clinics. A Quarterly of Illustrated Lectures and Especially Prepared Original Articles.

Arch NeurPsych. 1925;13(3):422. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1925.02200090136011

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This volume sustains the long established reputation of the International Clinics. It contains seven articles on the diagnosis and treatment of certain disease entities, four articles on diagnosis and treatment, five classed under medicine, two under pediatrics, three on surgery and two on industrial medicine. There are only two of particular interest to neurologists. The first is a rather long article on mental disease in infancy and childhood by James Burnett of Edinburgh, the other a critical review entitled "Fractures of the Lumbar Spine" by Carl Da Costa of Columbus, Ohio. The lecture by Burnett, twenty-five pages, apparently makes an endeavor to condense a textbook into one lecture. We feel that better results might have been attained had he limited his contribution to a more restricted field. Still, this lecture will be very useful to a general practitioner in giving him a bird's eye view of the subject. Most of

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