New series. Edited by Dr. T. D. Acland and Mr. Bernard Pitts. London: J. & A. Churchill. 1897.
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Hospital reports are always welcome because they seem to bring us face to face with the actual treatment of disease, and to practitioners they have perennial freshness. The text-book and the monograph may be scientific but marvelously dull, but the hospital report has an ever present interest.
The contributors to this volume are F. R. Walters, W. W. Wagstaffe, H. H. Clutton, Robert Cory, Henry Betham Robinson, T. H. Kellock, F. F. Caiger, W. Wellington Lake, Chas. R. Box, C. S. Wallace, W. H. Tate, Herberfly Toomes, A. H. P. Downey, E. C. Stabb, H. G. Turney.
The volume under consideration is fully equal to its predecessors.
Saint Thomas Hospital Reports. JAMA. 1897;XXVIII(18):859–860. doi:10.1001/jama.1897.02440180045027
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