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"Surgery," edited by Kirschner and Nordmann, when finished, will be a six volume system covering the field of general surgery and the surgical specialties. The aim of the editors is to consider under one heading anatomy, pathology, clinical course and surgical technic. The system is offered to the public in novel fashion. As the manuscript of any one chapter or group of chapters is obtained, it is published as a section. These sections are to appear monthly. No attempt has been made to issue the sections in the sequel of the finished work. Whenever a section is issued which, with some of those already published, completes a volume, an adjustable binder is furnished. In this manner the publishers expect to have the system completed in about two years. Section 1 comprises the first half of Volume I and Section 2 about the same proportion of Volume III. Section 1 deals
Die Chirurgie. JAMA. 1925;85(2):137–138. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670020054038
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