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In this handbook, the glands presumed to have an internal secretion are described anatomically, and the results of extirpation and extract administration are given in detail. Concluding chapters deal with the diseases associated with the glands, their chemistry, and the influence of the internal secretions on the nervous system. The work is not wholly up to date and, as in other recent books on the glands, its author seems inclined to accept much that is opinion for proved fact.
Einführung in die Klinik der inneren Sekretion. JAMA. 1923;81(10):853. doi:10.1001/jama.1923.02650100061046
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