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This book is one of twenty-five volumes by French physicians which is being brought out under the general heading of "A Library on Tuberculosis." In addition to this volume two others have appeared, one on tuberculosis of the bones and another on tuberculous rheumatism. Two more volumes are in press, namely, one on tuberculous pleurisies and one on tuberculosis of the joints and tuberculosis of the serous and synovial membranes. The entire library is published under the general editorial direction of Drs. A. Chantemesse, A Poncet and F. J. Collet.
Pièry's book is well prepared for the use of medical men and is fairly well up to date. As is so often the case with French books, it displays incomplete knowledge of American medicine, although an attempt has been made to bring it up to date. In this regard it is an improvement on French medical literature and it is
Pulmonary Tuberculosis: Its Symptomatology; Its Clinical Forms; Its Diagnosis; and Its Prognosis. JAMA. 1910;LIV(15):1232. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550410052024
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