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The index to the first volume of The Journal for 1911 will be found in this issue. Again we wish to call attention to a few of its valuable features. The index consists of three parts—the General Index, the Index to Current Medical Literature Subjects and the Index to Authors. In the General Index will be found all the matter, original and otherwise, including the abstracts, which appear in all of the various departments of The Journal (except ephemeral news matter), indexed by subjects and analytically, with numerous cross-references. In this department, also, will be found under the head of "Deaths" a list of the physicians who have died during this period, and under the head of "Book Notices" the titles of all books, with the names of their authors, which have been reviewed during the six months.
In the Index to Current Medical Literature will be found the titles
THE INDEX. JAMA. 1911;LVI(25):1886. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560250022016
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