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Article
July 9, 1898

International Clinics. A Quarterly of Clinical Lectures.

JAMA. 1898;XXXI(2):95. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450020051017

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Abstract

The records of cases can never become stale or useless even though the remarks made upon them at the time may become obsolete by the changes of time; for that reason the case records embodied in these series will always be useful and instructive and may be referred to years after the date of their publication.

For the practitioner who desires to keep pace with the existing practice of the times in all branches and be in touch with the current fads and improvements of medicine and surgery, he can accomplish his purpose in no better way than by the careful perusal of the volumes of this series.

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