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The International Medical Annual and Practitioner's Index; A Work of Reference for Medical Practitioners.

JAMA. 1891;XVI(26):925. doi:10.1001/jama.1891.02410780025014.
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ABSTRACT

The present volume, from the well known house of E. B. Treat, New York, 5 Cooper Union, and Chicago, 199 Clark street, fully maintains the hitherto well earned reputation of this series of annuals. The present work contains about 600 pages octavo, and is afforded at the remarkably low price of $2.75.

Part first contains a review of the therapeutic progress for the year 1890, by Percy Wild, M.D. Antipyretics, hypnotics and analgesics are well considered, the first fifty pages of the work being devoted to the discussion of new remedies.

The body of the work is given to the consideration of diseases, the subjects being arranged, alphaberically, and the recent and most accepted methods of treatment are briefly given.

This feature of the work renders it especially valuable to the busy practitioner as a book of ready reference, and at a small cost adding much valuable information on a

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