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March 20, 1897


JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(12):570. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440120044025

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This is another of the Hoepli handy volume series, and is devoted to the method of examination in disease, more especially to the physical and rational signs, the examination of urine, blood and other liquids of the body, both chemic and microscopic, etc. It does not go into the description of bacteriologic methods of examination; these are apparently left for a future publication. For a book, its compass covering so wide a range of subjects, it seems to be fairly complete, but like numerous similar publications in this country, it is not exhaustive. For a suggester and quick reference book it seems well fitted. As will be seen by the title it is not pretentious in its claims.

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