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This lexicon brings to a close the series of Spanish-English medical handbooks and dictionaries published by the American Medical Association. Their purpose has been twofold: helping to make American medical literature better known abroad and furthering in this country a closer acquaintance with the achievements of Spanish speaking confrères. The three previous volumes of the series, "Medical Spanish," "El Inglés para el Médico" and "Spanish-English Medical Dictionary," were all accorded a flattering reception and are now in their second or third printing. The "English-Spanish Medical Dictionary" is even a trifle larger than the others and contains therefore more useful material. The pronunciation of each word is given in both languages. Obviously composite terms have as a rule been omitted, thus allowing more space for real live words. An effort has been made to include everyday words commonly used in medicine which have, however, in medical Spanish a different meaning from
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary. (Diccionario Médico Inglés-Español). JAMA. 1927;88(19):1507. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680450051043
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