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A Pocket Medical Dictionary, giving the pronunciation and definition of the principal words used in medicine and the collateral sciences, including very complete tables of clinical eponymic terms of the arteries, muscles, nerves, bacteria, bacilli, micrococci, spirilla and thermometric scales, and a dose-list of drugs and their preparations in both the English and metric systems of weights and measures. By George M. Gould, M. D. Fourth edition, revised and enlarged. 30,000 words. (Philadelphia: P. Blakiston's Sons & Co., 1012 Walnut Street. 1900.)
Am J Psychiatry 1901;57:736-736.
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