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The Archives of Internal Medicine has already bowed in a complimentary manner to what might be termed the grandfather and father of this book. For the first edition appeared as a short monograph in 1934 and received a pleasant notice (Arch. Int. Med.54:658 [Oct.] 1934), and the second edition, which came out in 1940 as a larger and more comprehensive study, also received a flattering review (ibid. 66:1358 [Dec.] 1940).
The third edition continues to live up to the standards of its forebears. As one reads the book now, one is struck with the fact that it has been put together by a competent team of experts, each member of which knows so well what he writes that the final result is admirable. Brucellosis is so discussed that the bacteriologist, the pathologist, the veterinarian, the public health official and the clinician can find in the volume what
Brucellosis in Man and Animals. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1943;71(6):905. doi:10.1001/archinte.1943.00210060166012
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