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The authors of this concise treatise have maintained the editorial policy of the previous editions in presenting a connected outline of the diseases in childhood. For the most part many of the chapters have been recast and revised. Those who are familiar with the previous editions will find an apparent similarity, but this is only in form. The authors have sought mainly to formulate principles for solving problems of disease in children. These do not change as often as scientific data, but the reader often benefits by their restatement. The book is unique in its style and manner of presentation, and the physician and student will benefit by its concise correlations. It is not recommended as a textbook in pediatrics but as a complementary volume.
Recent Advances in Diseases of Children. JAMA. 1935;105(24):2012. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760500064037
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