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This book has its origin in lectures given by the author to physicians. It emphasizes the clinical and diagnostic importance of the facts of immunology and has but little to say about serum therapy and protective inoculation. Special emphasis is laid on the subject of hypersusceptiblity and on the clinical phenomena ascribed to this state. On the whole, the presentation is rather rough and fragmentary; and whether that is the best form by means of which to try to arouse the interest of "the busy practitioner" in the practical importance of the phenomena of immunity may well be doubted.
Klinische Immunitätslehre und Serodiagnostik. Ein Lehrbuch für Aerzte.. JAMA. 1910;LIV(18):1461. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550440041021
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