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November 23, 1901


JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(21):1395. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470470037007

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Among the many new journals that have been offered to the profession in this country during the last few years, none has appeared that is more deserving of high praise than the American Journal of Anatomy. The initial number, which has just been received, is another evidence of the high-class work that is now being done in this country in the less utilitarian departments of medical science. Activity in ultra-scientific medical work and investigation was never greater than at present, and American investigators are becoming as active and as numerous as are those in any European country. There are many indications that European scientific workers will soon be looking this way to find some of the best original work in the purely scientific as well as in the practical department of medicine and the appearance of this journal is one of them. The scientific contributions contained in it are of

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