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May 1937

DISEASES OF THE HEARTA REVIEW OF SOME CONTRIBUTIONS MADE DURING 1936

Author Affiliations

With the Editorial Assistance of PAUL D. WHITE, M.D. BOSTON

From the Cardiac Clinic of the Massachusetts General Hospital.

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1937;59(5):892-928. doi:10.1001/archinte.1937.00170210135010
Abstract

The suggestion that foreign medical reports be given greater emphasis than heretofore seems worth while, because of the fact that they are less readily available to the average reader. Accordingly, the review this year assumes a more international character. The material has again been organized very simply, with the etiologic subdivisions made as complete as possible. For example, under the heading "Rheumatic Heart Disease" will be found nearly all the material specifically relating to this illness. No attempt has been made to review the various textbooks and monographs, as this has already been done adequately.

PHYSIOLOGY AND EXPERIMENTAL PATHOLOGY  Investigation of the action of the vagus and sympathetic nerves or of their chemical mediators on the heart is being vigorously pushed.1 In an effort better to understand the factors controlling cardiac acceleration during muscular exercise, Brouha, Cannon and Dill1a made a series of extremely interesting experiments on totally

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