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This is the third volume, entitled "Modern Treatment in General Practice," which has been assembled by the editorial staff of the Medical Press and Circular from articles published in that periodical by well known men in the British Isles. There are fifty-one articles in this volume and there seems to be no special connection between them except that all emphasize diagnosis and treatment. The first one, by Gordon-Taylor, is entitled "The Surgical Treatment of Cancer of the Stomach." The fortieth article, for example, is by James Maxwell, entitled "Treatment of Asthma," and the last article is by Leonard Williams, entitled "Dietetic Essentials in General Practice." Those interested will find in the front of the volume a list of the articles and the authors of both volume I and volume II.
Modern Treatment in General Practice, Volume III. JAMA. 1938;110(15):1223. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790150069044
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