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The English reading members of the profession are certainly under great obligations to the editor and publishers and unknown translator of this work. It has been a standard in Germany ever since its appearance. The author may be said to stand at the head of the alienists of Germany, and he is second to none in the world. In clearness of expression and pleasing manner of presentation of the subjects considered the work is certainly remarkable, and is destined to become a classic. While it does not explore all the by-ways of mental disease, there is no feature of clinical psychiatry omitted which would be of importance to the general practitioner. It is to be hoped that this translation will have a wide circulation, and that it will be very generally read not only by those particularly interested in mental disease, but by a great many general practitioners. Indeed, we
Lectures on Clinical Psychiatry. JAMA. 1904;XLIII(5):345. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500050053029
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