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The Year-Book comes out this time in two volumes, which is a decided improvement on the original plan. The whole subject covered is divided into two general classes, Surgery and Medicine, a volume being devoted to each general subject. In the one on Surgery are the following: General Surgery, edited by W. W. Keen and J. Chalmers DaCosta; Obstetrics, by Barton Cooke Hirst and W. A. Newman Dorland; Gynecology, by J. M. Baldy and W. A. Newman Dorland; Orthopedic Surgery, by Virgil P. Gibney and J. Hilton Waterman; Ophthalmology, by Howard F. Hansell and Wendell Reber; Otology, by Charles H. Burnett; Diseases of the Nose and Larynx, by E. Fletcher Ingals and Henry G. Ohls; and Anatomy, by C. A. Hamann. In the volume devoted to Medicine, the first and principal subject is General Medicine, of which Alfred Stengel and D. L. Edsall are the editors. Pediatrics is edited by
American Year-Book of Medicine and Surgery. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(9):574. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460090060030
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