To remain informed of medical progress in the face of restrictions of time and facilities imposed by the exigencies of war becomes increasingly difficult for many physicians. We believe that it is the function of a review of current literature to contribute to the correction of this deficiency, and in recognizing the responsibility entailed we are decidedly aware of our shortcomings. This year an attempt has been made to enlarge the scope of the review, but whatever has been gained in comprehensiveness has required some sacrifice of completeness. For omissions both of intent and of oversight we sincerely apologize.
It is hoped that the innovation of a table of contents will increase the accessibility of the material, but it should be remembered that many of the topics considered are not sharply differentiated and that various aspects of a subject may be discussed under several headings.
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