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This book contains the substance of lectures by the author on the subjects considered. It is recommended to physicians, medical students and others as giving a clear and concise account of the present state of knowledge of the internal secretions and the organs that produce them, with special attention to the interrelations of these organs and their relationships to the nervous system. The book fills a need for a shorter consideration of these subjects than is given by Biedl's "Innere Sekretion," to which it forms a useful introduction for those who wish to go further. It probably would have been of advantage if the title had expressed more directly the nature of the contents.
The Nervous and Chemical Regulators of Metabolism. Lectures.. JAMA. 1914;LXII(9):721. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560340063034
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