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The index is in three parts—the "General Index," the "Index to Subjects," and the "Index to Authors." The "General Index" is a complete index to all matter that has appeared in The Journal for the past six months. Except that it is larger, it differs in no essential way from the index of any other medical publication. The "Index to Subjects," on the other hand, is an index of articles which have appeared in the most important medical journals of the world—including, of course, The Journal's own articles. This "Index to Subjects" is practically an index medicus, not so exhaustive or complete as the Index
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