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This book begins with chapters on the anatomy, physiology and hygiene of infants. Methods of examination are clearly explained and methodical consideration of each disease of childhood follows, giving both in the text and in the appendix standard formulas used in pediatrics. Chapters on the nose and throat, the ear, and the eye are included. The chapter on infant feeding is particularly full and satisfactory. The section on malaria is noteworthy because of its thorough historical paragraph. The book is well printed, usefully arranged, and can be commended.
The Diseases of Children.. JAMA. 1910;LIV(12):1003. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550380083032
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