Re: Best Medical Dict or CD

Subject: Re: Best Medical Dict or CD
From: burgamw1 -at- TEOMAIL -dot- JHUAPL -dot- EDU
Date: Mon, 13 May 1996 13:37:37 EST

The one we use is Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 25th edition, Baltimore:
Williams & Wilkines, 1990. It is also listed in the Annotated Bibliography
sections of both the CBE Style Manual and The New York Public Library Writers
Guide to Style and Usage.

I don't know whether it's on CD or not.

Murrie Burgan, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
murrie -dot- burgan -at- jhuapl -dot- edu

I am in need of a medical dictionary, and I don't know whether to buy
a hardbound dictionary or get one on CD. (I would love the
convenience of the CD, however.)


Ginger Jones, Austin, Texas
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