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The fifteen chapters represent lectures delivered during the course of instruction at Bad Nauheim in September 1932. Some of these chapters have already appeared as articles in medical journals. The subjects are handled by men from various cities in Germany. That the chapters vary widely as to excellence of content as well as manner of presentation goes without saying. One may be sure, also, that the virtues of Bad Nauheim as a suitable place to which to refer patients for the treatment of cardiac disorders are not overlooked. Three of the authors register from this resort. Five chapters deal with cardiac neuroses; six are devoted to the modern treatment of circulatory disorders. Four deal with various topics related, though less intimately, to the main subjects considered during the course.
Herzneurosen und moderne Kreislauftherapie. JAMA. 1933;100(21):1717. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740210065041
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