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January 3, 1948

L'infezione brucellare nell'uomo

JAMA. 1948;136(1):69. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02890180071030

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"L'Infezione Brucellare nell' Uomo," the author explains, is a complete treatise on brucellosis. The book is the result of years of experience with excellent clinical material. The author offers the manual to those interested in brucellosis and discusses its relationship to each of them.

This monograph is timely because, as Huddleson has recently observed, in America in spite of radical measures to suppress bovine brucellosis the infection is still prevalent.

The manual is a complete treatise dealing with the various aspects of brucellosis—historical, etiologic, pathologic, serologic, immunologic and clinical. An English translation of this manual would be an invaluable aid to the veterinarian, physician and others who feel the need for further information concerning brucellosis.