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Generic Cross-references 

Medical Indexes

Bruce McGregor

and Harriet S. Meyer

General classes, and specific members of a class, may require generic cross-references, ie, a cross-reference to a group of entries rather than to specific entries by name. The following examples are from Patton and Wyman. drugs  antihypertensive, 483  See also specific drugs by name medications. See drugs; specific medications pharmaceuticals. See products by name kidney, 18 43, 586 592. See also under nephro- or renal transplantation, 551 578

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