As was announced two weeks ago, there will be issued next month, under the auspices of the American Medical Association, the first number of the Archives of Internal Medicine, a journal devoted to the publication of articles relating to internal medicine which are too technical or too elaborate for a journal of general circulation.1
This periodical will not conflict with other publications now in existence. Such journals as the American Journal of Physiology, the Journal of Experimental Medicine, the Journal of Infectious Diseases, the Journal of Biological Chemistry, etc., have a special field, each to itself and each appeals only to those especially interested in that particular field. They are not intended for the physician engaged in active practice, for much of the matter they contain is of only indirect interest to him. But all of them occasionally contain articles that relate to clinical medicine, which should be placed
THE ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE. JAMA. 1907;XLIX(23):1923–1924. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02530230039006
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