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Recent Progress in Pathology and Pathological Anatomy
Boston Medical and Surgical Journal
For the carrying out of these views, the importance of which cannot be well overestimated, we need more medical workers in the hospitals. This result can be most advantageously and economically arrived at by the appointment of internes, after the manner of general hospitals. The student would thus acquire not only a practical acquaintance with insanity which would be invaluable to him, but also a general knowledge of disease, the uses of drugs and their compounding, and other necessarydoi:10.1056/nejm187911271012204 fatcat:7zo63vtfzbbengknrb32t5trje