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This little volume on the diseases of children differs somewhat in its plan from the average of similar publications. It is a work of treatment almost exclusively, and in alphabetic arrangement. The author accepts as probable, and takes for granted, that the reader is well posted as to the symptoms of the diseases, so, after a few remarks on causation and prognosis, passes at once to the therapeutics of the disorder and its complications. The work contains a large number of prescriptions given according to the Italian Pharmacopeia, but readily transposable and intelligible for the most part to the American practitioner even though the text accompanying them is not. The volume seems to be, in its compass, and with its limitations above noted, a very satisfactory handling of its particular subject.
Terapia Delle Malattie Dell' Infanzia ad uso di medici e studenti del Dott.. JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(6):394–395. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470060038019
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