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October 21, 1922

A Practical Medical Dictionary of Words Used in Medicine with Their Derivation and Pronunciation, Including Dental, Veterinary, Chemical, Botanical, Electrical, Life Insurance and Other Special Terms; Anatomical Tables of the Titles in General Use, and Those Sanctioned by the Basle Anatomical Convention; Pharmaceutical Preparations, Official in the U. S. and British Pharmacopeias and Contained in the National Formulary; Chemical and Therapeutic Information as to Mineral Springs of America and Europe, and Comprehensive Lists of Synonyms.

JAMA. 1922;79(17):1449. doi:10.1001/jama.1922.02640170075039

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Abstract

In this edition, the compiler states, between four and five hundred new words have been added, but an increase in size has been avoided by expunging obsolete terms and shortening definitions. Several new plates have been added, and all of the plates have been grouped at the end of the volume.

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