The literature for 1940 was not as voluminous as that of previous years, owing doubtless to the curtailment of shipments of periodicals from the Continent. However, it is comforting to note the increase in the material reaching us from Latin America and the tendency among physicians of the neighboring countries toward freer use of journals published in the United States. A closer relationship, to the mutual advantage of physicians of Latin America and North America, could easily be fostered by the addition of abstracts in the respective languages of the countries concerned, at the conclusion of each article. If South American periodicals published abstracts in English (a few already do) and North American periodicals in Spanish and Portuguese, not only wider reading but a deeper interest in each other's activities would result.
Cave and Haines1 present an excellent study of the skulls of various types of monkeys, from which
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