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December 15, 1945

Treatment in General Practice

JAMA. 1945;129(16):1132. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860500064031

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Abstract

When a medical book is in sufficient demand to pass into a fifth edition within fifteen years there must be reason for such popularity. There is no doubt that Beckman's Treatment in General Practice is widely used by the student, teacher and practitioner; nor is there any doubt concerning the usefulness of this volume and the wealth of information which it contains. Serving as a reference book and as a textbook, the work provides information on fluke infections, worm infections, allergic disturbances, deficiency diseases, endocrine disturbances, disturbances of menstruation, obesity and malnutrition, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, diseases of the liver and bile passages, diseases of the respiratory tract, nephritis and nephrosis, disturbances caused by excessive heat, the anemias, blood disturbances other than the anemias, circulatory disturbances, eclampsia, hyperemesis gravidarum, genital urinary infections and stone, diseases of the lungs, diseases of geriatrics, diseases of the skin, acute poisoning, burns, shock,

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