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Dr. Habershon has undertaken to produce a treatise of moderate size on diseases of the stomach, instead of attempting to bring his father's work on diseases of the abdomen up to date, as he has often been requested to do. The result is a satisfactory volume, which gives the essentials of the subject. Special attention is given to the symptomatology of stomach diseases, which are treated, each symptom separately, in two chapters disconnected from the description of the diseases in which they occur, and to the relation of the stomach to other organs. The laboratory methods of diagnosis are given with sufficient fulness for practical purposes.
Diseases of the Stomach. JAMA. 1910;LIV(13):1081. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550390063033
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