1899 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
does not claim to be a complete system of skin diseases, but apparently gives very satisfactory descriptions of the more common forms, while omitting some of those rare conditions that are liable to be met with only by, and are of interest to, the specialist. The work is very fully illustrated, largely with colored plates, and some of these, if not all, appear very satisfactory. The uncolored illustrations are in our opinion as valuable as the others. The work makes a very favorable impression.
more » ... vorable impression. Laboratory Manual of Physiological Chemistry. By Elbent W. Rockwood, B.S., M.D., Professor of Chemistry and Toxicology in the University of Iowa. Illustrated. Philadelphia, New York and Chicago: The F. A. Davis Company. 1899. This is a very handy volume which ought to be useful and popular. So far as we are able to see, the subject is well presented and its statements are full and clear, meeting all the needs of a laboratory manual.
doi:10.1001/jama.1899.02450770058033 fatcat:gnyjrrkmtfcxrndkzacmzdbi4e