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This second volume for the year contains four articles: Surgery of the Abdomen. Including Hernia, by William B. Coley, M.D.; Gynecology, by John G. Clark, M.D.; Diseases of the Blood, Diathetic and Metabolic Diseases; Diseases of the Glandular and Lymphatic System, by Alfred Stengel, M.D., and Ophthalmology, by Edward Jackson, M.D. All of these seem to be very excellent summaries of the principal progress that has been made within a recent period on their respective subjects, and it would be invidious to mention one as better than the other. In fact, the special excellencies and defects of the treatment of each of these subjects can be best appreciated only by the specialist. To the average practitioner the work will be a valuable one, and all that could be expected or asked.
Progressive Medicine. JAMA. 1900;XXXV(3):181. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460290051035
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