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May 2, 1896

King's College Hospital Reports, being the annual report of King's College Hospital and the Medical Department of King's College.

JAMA. 1896;XXVI(18):889. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430700041018

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II. St. Thomas' Hospital Reports. New series. Edited by Dr. T. D. Ackland and Mr. Bernard Pitts. London, 1896. 8vo, cl.

III. Medical and Surgical Report of the Presbyterian Hospital, in the City of New York, vol. 1, January, 1896. Edited by Andrew J. McCosh, M.D., and Walter B. James. 8vo, bds., pp. 256.

I. This volume will not only be of interest to all old King's College men on account of its annual statements, but as well to all clinicians. The "Notes on Cases of Interest," by Prof. Rose, Prof. Cheyne, Mr. Careless, Mr. Burghard and Mr. Beale, are worthy of careful study. The reports from the various departments are unusually full and complete. The original papers by Dr. Tirard, Dr. Dalton, Sir Hugh Beevor, Mr. Cheatle, Dr. Short and Dr. Hewlett are valuable contributions to medical literature.

II. This is volume XXIII of the St. Thomas reports. It

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