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These lectures will be of substantial aid to those engaged in the study of prognostics and the sequels of disease. Their pleasant style and keen insight make them interesting, and their instructive character constitutes them contributions of real value to medical literature, useful alike to the practitioner and the examiner for life insurance. The work is not an exhaustive one, its size prevents that, but in typhoid fever and syphilis the sequelæ are fully mentioned. We regret that our limitations of space will not permit us to quote from the work in extenso, but we venture the assertion that few medical men, having once commenced its reading, will stop until they shall have finished.
The Sequels of Disease. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(6):282. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440060042019
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