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There are sixty-eight contributors to this volume. The contents of the volume are, in general, as follows: First, an Introduction of 60 pages; next, Part I, disorders incident to birth and diseases of the newborn, 68 pages; Part II, diathetic diseases; Part III, infectious diseases; Part IV, general diseases not infectious; Part V, diseases of the blood; Part VI, diseases of the digestive organs; Part VII, diseases of the nervous system; Part VIII, diseases of the respiratory system; Part IX, diseases of the heart; Part X, diseases of the genito-urinary system; Part XI, orthopedics; Part XII, diseases of the skin; Part XIII, diseases ofthe ear; Part XIV, diseases of the eye.
The first edition of this book was noticed in this Journal in Vol. xxii, p. 641, April 28, 1894. Some new articles have been added to the present edition, some of the original papers have been amended, and a
An American Text-book of the Diseases of Children; Including Special Chapters on Essentially Surgical Subjects—Orthopedics; Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat; Diseases of the Skin; and on the Diet, Hygiene and General Management of Children, by American Teachers. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(13):740. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450130062019
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