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The author of this reference book, a medical historian, has done the history of American Medicine a great service by producing this absorbing, vivid, impartial and scholarly account of medical education in this country in the century before the Civil War.
In his preface, the author states that the study is not intended to be a technical consideration of the early teaching of medicine, but a survey of the rise and progress of the American system of medical instruction and the institutions of medical learning up to the time of the Civil War. He further states that it has been
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Medical Education in the United States before the Civil War.. Ann Intern Med. 1945;23:893. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-23-5-893
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