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March 2, 1907

General Medicine.

JAMA. 1907;XLVIII(9):817. doi:10.1001/jama.1907.02520350075026

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Abstract

Nearly two-thirds of this volume is devoted to diseases of the stomach and intestines. Physiology, pathology, diagnosis and therapeutics serve as convenient heads under which is classified the large amount of new material from the recent literature. The functional and organic diseases and motor neuroses of the stomach have been the subject of much study and numerous contributions to literature, which the authors have epitomized. Typhoid fever is the subject of an important article, and malaria, yellow fever, dysentery and syphilis of the liver are among the topics discussed. The volume contains much of value and will be appreciated by the student of modern medicine.

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