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Brucellosis has assumed a place in medicine of worldwide importance. It is only proper, therefore, that in the revised edition of this book Dr. Huddleson should supplement his extensive observations on the disease in animals with the experience of physicians on the disease in human beings both in this country and in Europe. Dr. J. E. Debono of the Royal University of Malta presents a discussion compiled on the large number of cases that have occurred on that island, while Dr. A. V. Hardy surveys the ramifications of the disease as found in the United States. The clinician, the pathologist and the epidemiologist will find detailed and specific recommendations in the material. Numerous case reports appear in the appendix that should be of service to the physician. The control of the sources of brucellosis infection is discussed by Dr. Ward Giltner with emphasis on the area eradication program for cattle.
Brucellosis In Man and Animals. JAMA. 1943;122(16):1150. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840330096027
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