E. J. H.
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It is proper that the newest journal to roll onto my desk from the growing stream of medical publishing is Nephron, concerned obviously with that structure that generates its own yellow rivulet. Serving as organ—but of communication—for the International Society of Nephrology, this journal will pass information on the normal and abnormal kidney among the islands of disciplines—physiology, pathology, clinical observation—and from country to country.
That Nephron will, indeed, be an international journal seems to be assured by the selection of its distinguished editors and associate editors from antipodal Melbourne and Stockholm and many points between. The American representatives are
E. J. H.. Nephron, A Journal of Nephrology. Ann Intern Med. 1965;62:413. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-62-2-413
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