Note: Books received for editorial consideration will be intermittently listed. This acknowledgment must be regarded as an adequate expression of appreciation for the courtesy of the author or publisher. Selections will be made for review in the interest of our readers.

Hypersplenism and Surgery of the Spleen, by William Dameshek, M.D., and C. Stuart Welch, M.D., Pratt Diagnostic Hospital, New England Center Hospital and Tufts College Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts. Based on exhibits presented at the Annual Meetings in 1947 and 1951 of the American Medical Association. 84 pp. with many illustrations, some in color. New York: Grune & Stratton, Inc., 1953. $10.00.

Survey of Antimalarial Agents. Chemotherapy of Plasmodium gallinaceum infections; toxicity; correlation of structure and action, by G. Robert Coatney, W. Clark Cooper, Nathan B. Eddy and Joseph Greenberg. 323 pp. Public Health Monograph No. 9; Washington, D. C., Public Health Service Publication 193, Government Printing Office, Superintendent of Documents. $1.25.

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