By Joseph I. Goodman, M.D., Siegfried Baumoel, M.D., Leonard Frankel, M.D., Louis J. Marcus, M.D., and Sigmund Wassermann, M.D. Publication number 151, American Lecture Series, monograph in Bannerstone Division of American Lectures in Endocrinology. Edited by Willard O. Thompson, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago. Cloth. $4.75. Pp. 138, with illustrations. Charles C Thomas, Publisher, 301-327 E. Lawrence Ave., Springfield, Ill.; Blackwell Scientific Publications, Ltd., 49 Broad St., Oxford, England; Ryerson Press, 299 Queen St., W., Toronto 2B, 1953.
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This monograph is a new addition to the American Lecture Series, a long line of current and fairly complete reviews of medical subjects by recognized authorities. It was produced by a team from Mount Sinai Hospital in Cleveland, among whom are students of neurology, peripheral vascular disease, internal medicine, and diabetes. The authors have analyzed the findings in their own series of 261 patients with diabetes, 62% of whom were judged to have neurological manifestations, and compared them with those reported by other authors. As such, the monograph is a source of much information of clinical value. The experienced clinician will detect some apparent faults of interpretation, but these are of minor importance compared to the faithfulness with which factual observations have been recorded. Illustrations and tables are few in number, but organization is good, references to pertinent literature are generous, and the mechanical work maintains the high quality characteristic
The Diabetic Neuropathies. JAMA. 1953;153(16):1492. doi:10.1001/jama.1953.02940330076028
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