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The Bellevue Hospital Nomenclature of Diseases and Conditions. Department of Hospitals, City of New York. Revised by the Committee on Clinical Records.

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Approved by Schroeder WilliamDr.  Jr.. , Commissioner. 232 pages. Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., New York: , 1929.. Price in cloth, $3.00.

Ann Intern Med. 1930;3(10):1063. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-3-10-1063_1
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The first edition of the Bellevue Nomenclature was published in 1903; the third edition in 1911. The latter, to which some additions were made in 1922, has been in use since that date in the City Hospitals of New York City, as well as in many hospitals throughout the United States and Canada. In 1928 the committee appointed to revise the Nomenclature was instructed to make additions of new diagnoses rather than to reclassify and alter the old ones. Nevertheless, some change in the classification of disease had to be made to conform with the advances in medical knowledge. A


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