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August 12, 1922

Doctors — Entre Nous. Short Stories.

JAMA. 1922;79(7):578. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640070066042

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Abstract

In this book are collected three stories which originally appeared in "The Medical Pickwick." "An Unlooked for Conclusion" is a satire on the meeting of the average medical society. "How Dr. Jones Came Back" is a semihumorous sketch of rather moderate interest. "The Narrow-Minded Layman," the third sketch, is a direct attack on the Potter method of version in obstetrics, and on similar radical procedures. All will be read with interest by physicians, since the stories deal with problems directly concerned in medical life.

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