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The first edition of this notable English practice of medicine appeared in 1890, and new editions have been received regularly at intervals of three or four years since that time. The continued popularity would seem to indicate that the book meets a real need. It follows the usual form of such volumes, taking up each of the conditions concerned, beginning with the cause and covering all the various aspects. In their preface, the authors call attention to new articles on conditions which have come to light since the issuing of the previous edition, and to many additions in other portions of the volume. It is interesting to note that the term "neuralgia" has been eliminated, and the conditions concerned transferred to the sections on neuritis and fibrositis. The authors supply a bibliography. They also call attention to the fact that advances in roentgenology have made necessary the inclusion of more
Taylor's Practice of Medicine.. JAMA. 1926;87(4):267. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680040055034
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