By Gustav von Bergmann, with the assistance of Dr. Martin Goldner. Price, 18.60 marks. Pp. 425, with 74 illustrations. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1932.
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The author is the well known professor of internal medicine and director of the Second Medical Clinic of the University of Berlin. The volume is a collection and summary of his clinical work and that of a group of co-workers published in various journals, textbooks and proceedings of scientific meetings over a period of more than twenty years. He states that the points of view and conclusions may be regarded as representative of a school of modern German medicine.
The first six chapters deal with the gastro-intestinal, pancreatic and biliary systems. These are followed by a chapter each on inflammation and allergy, obesity and malnutrition and hyperthyroidism and the thyrotic constitution. Four chapters are devoted to disturbances and diseases of the vascular system. Chapter 14 contains a discussion of the visceral nervous system, and is followed by a chapter called "Diagnostic Reformation"; the latter will be discussed in more detail
Funktionelle Pathologie.. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1933;52(1):159-161. doi:10.1001/archinte.1933.00160010166018