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This is an autobiographical book of medical practice written by a practitioner of Fort Covington, New York. It is written in a rough and ready manner with numerous anecdotes. It discusses everything from domestic nursing, diet, pills and prescriptions to all sorts of diseases. There is a clinical index. One is inclined to doubt therapeutic knowledge which says that lobelia, grindelia, euphorbia pilulifera and various herbal preparations are of service in treating asthma. Altogether the book offers a record of practical experience, but it is dispensed with a mass of verbiage.
Observations of a General Practitioner. JAMA. 1933;101(1):74. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740260076045
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