The Harriet Lane Handbook, now in its fifth edition, continues to be a valuable vade macum for pediatric house officers and practitioners who are involved in day-to-day contact with patients. Packed in the book's 264 pages is a prodigious amount of practical information which will be a source of comfort for the physician who remembers to place this little handbook in his side pocket. Some might prefer that the publishers had issued this edition in loose-leaf format, but in its present binding loss of individual pages is no longer a potential danger.

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