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There is one part of the Index printed in this issue of The Journal to which we desire to call attention. It has been a feature of the last four volumes, and yet it has been lost to many of our readers, because its nature has not been known. The feature referred to is the Index to American Medical Literature, commencing on page 1861. This is, in truth, an "Index Medicus" of American Medical Literature, covering, as it does, practically all the original articles in all the reputable medical journals of this country and Canada, except those which appeared in The Journal. Under "Index of Authors" is given the name of every author who has published a paper in the journals during the six months, giving references which include the titles of papers and where published. The Index to the titles is crossed sufficiently to enable one to look up
THE INDEX OF AMERICAN MEDICAL LITERATURE. JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(26):1832. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470260010004
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