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The third part of this excellent atlas has just appeared. It equals, if indeed it does not excel, the preceding two numbers. It is doing in medicine what Jonathan Hutchinson has so long, and so well, been doing in surgery.
This part deals with Progressive Unilateral Atrophy of the Face, with clinical investigation of the subject, with superior illustrations accompanying.
Chronic Progressive Bulbar Paralysis, with clinical investigation, and plates illustrating it, with the appearance of the tongue in that affection.
Ophthalmoplegia, with investigation and plates illustrating the condition, and also appearance after recovery.
Molluscum Fibrosum, clinical investigation and illustrative plates.
Xeroderma Pigmentosum, investigated, and illustrated with three plates.
The text of the work is much more than ordinarily satisfactory, and each part, as it appears, makes the possessor of it more anxious to have the succeeding numbers. The work is eminently useful to all practitioners, but it is especially valuable
Atlas of Clinical Medicine.. JAMA. 1892;XVIII(5):149–150. doi:10.1001/jama.1892.02411090029013