Every dermatologist recognizes the importance of keeping up with advances in all of medicine. Yet, because of the many demands on his time, the practitioner finds it increasingly more difficult to read all he would like, and so American physicians have come to rely in part for orientation upon the abstract section of The Journal of the American Medical Association, with its excellent condensations of selections from the world's literature. Recently the more important abstracts of each year's collection have been selected for inclusion into a single volume. The care with which the material has been selected insures the success of these volumes, and the present one, compiled by I. Phillip Frohman, M.D., which covers the literature of 1956, should enjoy equal success.
This volume differs from the previous ones in that an attempt is made to place together the year's abstracts so that those relating to the same
J. A. M. A. Clinical Abstracts of Diagnosis and Treatment. AMA Arch Derm. 1958;77(3):376. doi:10.1001/archderm.1958.01560030122036
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