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May 15, 1915

Medical Electricity, Röntgen Rays and Radium. With a Practical Chapter on Phototherapy.

JAMA. 1915;LXIV(20):1679. doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02570460055034

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Abstract

The first edition of this work was reviewed in The Journal, Aug. 20, 1910, when mention was made of the great mass of facts collected by the author and the difficulty which the reader would experience in getting systematic instruction from the material presented. The comprehensive and detailed character of the work enhances the difficulty of bringing it fully up to date. The author has endeavored, however, to keep his book in touch with the widening field of electrotherapy and its allied subjects, which include the comparatively new ones of phototherapy and the application of radium. In the latter field he is conservative and, while giving a fairly full account of the uses of radium in surgery, says practically nothing of its use in internal diseases. Intravenous injections are mentioned and the dosage given, but the author does not seem to be enthusiastic over them. The book is well illustrated

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