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The readers of The Journal will note that the Index of Current Medical Literature in this, the concluding number of the volume, contains not only the American, but also the European titles. Heretofore this has been— since the discontinuance of the publication of the Index Medicus—the most complete index of papers in the medical publications of this country. With the present additions, which nearly double its size, it affords an index also of most of the leading foreign journals, sufficient, it is thought, for many purposes, for the consultors of foreign medical literature. With the abstracts given, The Journal reader should be kept well posted as to what is being done in medical science abroad. There is a utility in this which we believe will be appreciated by American workers, as the Bibliographia Medica, the successor to the Index Medicus, is not readily available to many in this country and
THE INDEX OF CURRENT MEDICAL LITERATURE. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(26):1692–1693. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480260012006
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