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This book seems to be very well fitted to meet a want. Most general practitioners have little practical experience in some of the methods of gastric diagnosis and treatment here described, the utility of which in certain cases is undeniable. The author has described them in a way to be clearly intelligible, and where his text requires it has supplied the needed illustrations. The book is one to be safely recommended to any one who treats gastric disorders, as giving information not so readily picked out of the larger works on the subject, and in a very convenient form. The reputation of the author is a guarantee of its accuracy in details.
A Manual of Modern Gastric Methods, Chemical, Physical and Therapeutical. JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(21):1355. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460210061022
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