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THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF SYPHILIS
Note.This is the first of a series of four articles on the management of veneral diseases with special reference to military practice. The articles have been prepared under the direction of the Surgeon-General by the Advisory Committee on Venereal Diseases, Dr. William Allen Pusey, Chicago, chairman; Dr. Francis R. Hagner, Washington, D. C.; Dr. Grover W. Wende, Buffalo; Dr. Sigmund Pollitzer, New York, and Dr. Henry H. Morton, Brooklyn, with Lieut.-Col. F. F Russell in charge of Infectious Diseases. The series is published with the permission of the Surgeon-General, and will include the following: Treatment of Syphilis; Chancroid; Balanitis Gangrenosa; Acute and Chronic Gonorrhea, with its complications. The complete series will be issued in the form of a manual.Ed..The care of syphilis in the new army will have to do chiefly with early syphilis, and in this article early syphilis is the condition
The Venereal Diseases. JAMA. 1917;LXIX(11):907–911. doi:10.1001/jama.1917.02590380049018
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