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December 4, 1943

Advances in Internal Medicine. Volume I

JAMA. 1943;123(14):935. doi:10.1001/jama.1943.02840490063031

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The subjects considered in this volume include the use of the Miller-Abbott tube in disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, the use of insulin and protamine zinc insulin in diabetes, several chapters on the sulfonamides, chapters on influenza, hypertension, nephrosis and riboflavin deficiency. The various chapters constitute essentially reviews of the currently available literature on the subject prepared in each instance by men whose names are familiar as leaders in the fields concerned. Thus Keefer is responsible for one of the chapters on the sulfonamides and Irvine Page for the chapter on hypertension. Research has been so active in these subjects that almost every chapter could stand a few additional paragraphs at this time. However, for those who wish to bring themselves reasonably well up to date on the subjects concerned, the book will be exceedingly useful.

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