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January 30, 1886

Manual of Diseases of Women.

JAMA. 1886;VI(5):140. doi:10.1001/jama.1886.04250010148014

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Abstract

Though there is nothing wrong in the matter of this book—since it has been culled the author tells us, from the works of Emmet, Thomas, and other leading gynecologists—there is nothing to particularly recommend it to the practitioner. The student "cramming" for his examinations will find it particularly useful, and it seems to have been prepared with this end in view. But as we do not believe either in the theory or practice of "cramming" for examinations, we cannot recommend the book.

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