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March 23, 1935

The Cyclopedia of Medicine

JAMA. 1935;104(12):1033. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760120075037

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This volume begins with the tendons, and after discussing such leading topics as tetanus, thermic injuries, the thorax, thrombosis, the thyroid and thymus, tobacco and the tongue, tremors and tuberculosis, it goes on to tumors, typhoid urinalysis, urology, urticaria, the uterus, the veins and the vitamins, the vulva and vagina, and those limited medical topics which come under x, y and z. It is well up to the standard maintained by the previous volumes. Such leading authors as J. D. Barney, Victor Bonney, Lawrason Brown, Leo Buerger, George Crile, Allen K. Krause, Matas, Musser, Pemberton and Webb are included among the contributors. The book is exceedingly well illustrated and is printed two columns to the page in easily readable type. Each topic is fully outlined and much extraneous matter has been eliminated. The work is thereby made most practical. It will appeal especially to the general practitioner who wants a

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