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Article
February 1936

Tuberculosis.

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1936;57(2):474-475. doi:10.1001/archinte.1936.00170060236012

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Abstract

This volume is a valuable addition to the list of books that are designed as guides for patients suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis. It is written by one who is recognized as an authority and epitomizes his long clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of tuberculosis. It is comprehensive enough to cover all the important subjects on which the patient requires information during the long course of his illness and is written with such simplicity that he can understand the purpose of the treatment and intelligently cooperate with the medical adviser. The book, because of the discussion of the methods of treatment, will be found of great value to the practicing physician who has had less experience in the care of the tuberculous patient. Few authors have made a more frank statement of the value of climate. The six principles laid down rationalize decisions regarding the advisability of seeking climatic

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