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This book is the second of a series of volumes on tuberculin therapy. The first was published in 1940 under the title La tuberculinothérapie dans les nevralgies faciales idiopathiques et certaines affections essentielles. Volumes III and iv, now in preparation, are concerned with tuberculin treatment of tuberculosis of the eye and chronic rheumatism. This volume, II, deals largely with treatment of ozene. However, the author devotes chapter 1 largely to the primary tuberculosis complex, the development of which he describes in considerable detail. He presents numerous illustrations, particularly photographs, of patients before and after tuberculin therapy. He reports numerous cases in considerable detail to show the benefit derived from tuberculin therapy in a number of conditions. Unquestionably Dr. Charlin and his collaborators have made the most comprehensive study of tuberculin therapy that has ever been done, and their results are such as to lead one to believe that this kind
Tuberculinothérapie dans certaines affections essentielles (investigation clinique). Volume II: Ozene. JAMA. 1944;124(17):1230. doi:10.1001/jama.1944.02850170066033