By Ephraim Cutter, LL.D., M.D., and John Ashburton Cutter, B.Sc., M.D.; "being a contribution to clinical medicine for practitioners and students, to emphasize the inestimable value of the microscope in detecting the prestages of amaurosis, angina pectoris, apoplexy, Bright's disease, cataract, dementia, fatty heart, gall-stones, glaucoma, hemophilia, locomotor ataxia, etc., and the like value of American means of treatment in these prestages, and those advanced stages usually considered incurable."
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That fat is the natural enemy of mankind every athlete knows, and if Dr. Cutter's book will better aid in getting rid of this persistent enemy, it will not have been written in vain. A number of cases are given in the peculiarly interesting style of the author, and they serve conclusively to illustrate the points the author makes. The book is entertaining, and even if one does not agree with the author's conclusions, he will at least be interested in the manner of stating his case. As an addition to American medical literature, it is unique and should find a place in the advanced medical library.
Fatty Ills and Their Masquerades.. JAMA. 1898;XXX(13):746. doi:10.1001/jama.1898.02440650054019