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Few medical societies can show such admirable work as that of the Medical and Chirurgical Society. The present volume is one of very great interest. It contains twenty-four papers nearly equally divided between medicine and surgery. All of these are of far more than ordinary interest and many of them are beautifully illustrated —furthermore there is hardly a paper in the volume that does not represent a large amount of personal observation and experience, and not one that does not deal with subjects alive with interest to the physician and surgeon.
As an indication of the character of the Transactions the titles of a few of the papers are mentioned: Acetonuria and its Relations to Diabetic Coma, by Samuel West, M.D.; On the Relations of Chorea and Rheumatism, by A. E. Garrod, M.D.; On a Case of Actinomycosis, by R. D. Powell, R. J. Godlee, et al; On the Clinical
Medico-Chirurgical Transactions. JAMA. 1890;XIV(17):627. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/jama.1890.02410170035017
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