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In the Panel Discussion on Physical Medicine in General Practice in The Journal, May 8, 1948, page 140, second column, the sentence beginning in the fifth line of Dr. McClellan's answer should read as follows: The Nauheim "bath is not indicated for the patient with severe hypertension who has disability and is perhaps confined to bed because of it. In Dr. McClellan's paper in the same issue of The Journal, page 132, column 1, in the sixth line under the head "Rheumatic Conditions" the third word should be "than" instead of "that."
The Nauheim Bath Not Indicated. JAMA. 1948;137(11):979. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890450059017
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