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October 29, 1904

Diseases of the Intestines.

JAMA. 1904;XLIII(18):1324. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500180054022

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Abstract

New chapters have been added on dysentery, syphilis and actinomycosis of the intestines. The brevity of the chapter on actinomycosis hardly suffices to adequately discuss this disease. There is a tendency in this book to group different processes under the same heading. Thus "Intestinal Ulcers" includes distinct etiologic entities. Scientific exactness would demand that separate diseases be given separate discussion; otherwise there is danger that they may lose their individuality. Hyperplastic tuberculosis of the intestine does not receive enough attention.

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