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This is a continuation of the ambitious work of which previous numbers have already been reviewed. Part 3 of volume I contains two chapters on normal and pathologic anatomy, and embryology of the thyroid and parathyroid by Drs. Berberich and Fischer-Wasels of Frankfort. Part 2 of volume III contains chapters on clinical manifestations of hypophysis disorders, by Dr. Josefson of Stockholm; disorders of the hypophysis, by Dr. Aschmer of Vienna; disorders of the suprarenals, by Drs, Ehrmann and Dinkin of Berlin; clinical pathology of the female sex organs as related to endocrine disorders, by Drs. Herschan and Geller of Breslau; disturbances of pregnancy, by Dr. Hermstein of Breslau; the mammary glands in their relation to internal secretion, by Dr. Hirsch; and, finally, a chapter on the clinical pathology of tumors of the endocrine glands as related to the genitourinary system, by Dr. Fraenkel of Breslau. Most of the chapters are
Handbuch der inneren Sekretion. Eine umfassende Darstellung der Anatomie, Physiologie und Pathologie der endokrinen Drüsen. JAMA. 1927;89(19):1628. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690190066035
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