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During the past few years each of the leading publishers in the field of medicine has made available a work on endocrinology. The author of this volume is clinical professor of medicine in Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. The book follows established lines and is based on an extensive bibliography from which the author has chosen wisely. In his considerations of the various glands he follows the outline of history, anatomy, physiology, pathology and the diseases affecting the gland in question. The concluding chapters concern undetermined endocrine activities and the significance of laboratory observations. The book is in every sense a practical one and should be useful to the general practitioner as a reference work.
Clinical Endocrinology. JAMA. 1938;110(22):1863. doi:10.1001/jama.1938.02790220065045
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