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The reviewer has followed with interest the articles that have appeared in the New England Journal of Medicine dealing with advances in diagnosis and therapy in the fields in which the authors were particularly interested. These reviews have been of great value to the teacher employing them as references for reading by senior medical students. Comments from practitioners of medicine have shown that the articles have been valuable to them.
It might be said that these papers, strictly speaking, are not attempts to cover all the recent literature on particular subjects. An author picks out the high spots and mentions only those contributions in current medical literature which he as a critic and one who knows his subject well can evaluate as being worth while and representing distinct advances in knowledge of diseases, functional disorders, pathologic conditions or any other aspect of the subject.
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Medical Progress, 1940: A Series of Fifty-Two Reports Published During 1940 in The New England Journal of Medicine. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1942;69(6):1127–1128. doi:10.1001/archinte.1942.00200180198012
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