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Three editions of this book have been called for in two years, which is sufficient indication of the popularity it has obtained in this country and Great Britain. The text of this third edition has been carefully revised, also important new matter has been added, and new illustrations, taken from life, by photography, have been introduced to render the text more practically useful.
This edition is intended as a companion volume to the seventh edition of the author's "Practical Therapeutics," which is published simultaneously.
The second edition of this book was only published last year, notwithstanding which fact it has been thoroughly revised, and the present edition will be found fully up-to-date, and the peculiar features which made the popularity of the former editions have been retained.
Practical Diagnosis. The Use of Symptoms in the Diagnosis of Disease. JAMA. 1898;XXXI(19):1127. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02450190053026
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