By Prof. Hans Curschmann. Volume 1. Price, 8.50 marks. Pp. 151, with forty-eight illustrations. Dresden: Steinkopff, 1927.
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This little volume by Curschmann is a compact clinical survey of the disorders of the endocrine glands. It is one of a series of volumes on the practice of medicine. The book deals concisely and yet not too briefly with the various diseases of the endocrine glands. Each disease is discussed from the standpoint of occurrence, etiology, course and symptomatology, diagnosis and treatment. A particularly good feature of the volume is the fact that, although the account aims to be concise, room is found for reference to authorities. For a small volume it is comprehensive and not too didactic. There is an interesting little discussion of the incomplete forms of hyperthyroidism, with an attempt to classify these obscure disorders. There is rather a full discussion of tetany with the assertion that the nervous system in typical cases does not show any organic changes, particularly no paresis, atrophy or changes in
Endocrine Diseases. Arch NeurPsych. 1929;21(6):1468. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1929.02210240243020
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