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The first volume of this series opens with a paper on "Diseases of the Brain and Spinal Cord," by Dr. E. C. Seguin, of New York, covering 111 pages. Drs. Charles K. Mills and J. Hendrie Lloyd, of Philadelphia, contribute the paper on "Peripheral Nervous Diseases and General Neuroses," which is illustrated by a map showing the geographical distribution of Beri-beri. Some of the "Diseases of the Heart and Pericardium" are discussed by Dr. A. L. Loomis. Dr. James C. Wilson, in his usual clear style, writes of "Fevers," Dr. Wm. H. Thompson of "Diseases of the Mouth, Stomach, Pancreas and Liver," Dr. W. W. Johnston of "Diseases of the Intestines and Peritoneum," Dr. Joseph Leidy of Animal Parasites and their Effects," Dr. John Guitéras of "Diseases of the Blood and Spleen, Tuberculosis and Scrofula," Dr. N. S. Davis of" Rheumatism and Gout," Dr. James Tyson of "Diabetes and Diseases
Annual of the Universal Medical Sciences. JAMA. 1888;XI(1):34. doi:10.1001/jama.1888.02400530050015
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