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This work, which has enjoyed a wide popularity in its own country and introduced to American readers in this translation by Basch, is intended as an aid to the general practitioner and surgeon. The translator has done a service to American readers by his notes, which are inserted in brackets throughout the text. In some particular parts, especially his statement of American ideas and references, is decidedly of service. It is probably impossible for a continental European writer to keep fully up to American work in this line, and, in most cases, the American reader will have to supplement his work by the contributions of his own countrymen. In the present edition the translator has met this need to a considerable extent.
Diseases of the Intestines. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(21):1407–1408. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470470049027
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