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Volumes of the Year Book series continue to provide a more than valuable means of helping the busy physician keep up with fields he might not ordinarily consider very much. While the choice of items to review is selective and eclectic, it generally is wisely so. The books must represent the winnowing for nuggets through a sieve which is not so fine that the group is too large nor so gross that only the gold miner's mallet really hits. A thoughtful person has an opportunity to keep up with the sometimes agonizingly rapid and often erratic movements and advances in various fields of medicine. The same divisions and the same section editors are at work. They have been running these volumes now for some years. While the actual abstracting is often a bit erratic, particularly if one is quite familiar with the original paper or has written it, on the
Bean WB. Year Book of Medicine—1962-1963, 1963-1964, 1964-1965 Series. Arch Intern Med. 1966;117(4):591–592. doi:10.1001/archinte.1966.03870100119028
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