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This is the seventh of the "Medicine Monographs" published by this firm, and that it is written and published here is gratifying because it is the type of monograph we have been accustomed to finding in German or French. Except for its legal bearings, all phases of lead poisoning are thoroughly considered. A great deal that is new from work by the authors is included, and of such portions those dealing with the physical and physiologic chemistry of plumbism are preeminent. That only 500 of the 2,200 references in their files were used gives some index of the care employed and the scope of the work.
Lead Poisoning. JAMA. 1926;86(17):1311. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670430053035
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