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November 30, 1895

The Principles and Practice of Medicine. Designed for the use of Practitioners and Students of Medicine.

JAMA. 1895;XXV(22):966. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430480044013

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Abstract

This excellent text-book has so soon passed to its second editon that it must be accepted that a discriminating profession has given its judgment in its favor, and indeed it is well worthy of the generous reception it has met with, from whatever standpoint we view it. This edition has been carefully corrected and many additions made. Nor is the increase in bulk due to mere padding, for a comparison with the former will easily show that the additions are such as the progress of modern science have brought to the front. The work is divided into eleven sections as follow:

I, Specific Infectious Diseases; II, Constitutional Diseases; III, Diseases of the Digestive System; iv, Diseases of the Respiratory System; v. Diseases of the Circulatory System; vi, Diseases of the Blood and Ductless Glands; VII, Diseases of the Kidneys; VIII, Diseases of the Nervous System; IX, Diseases of the Muscles;

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