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This fifth volume on syphilis, published under the editorial direction of Jeanselme, continues to show the high quality of the four previous volumes. The contributors are among the best known French dermatologists. This volume is devoted to visceral syphilis and covers the subject with the meticulous attention to detail that is characteristic of French dermatology. The table of contents gives an idea of the completeness of the book: Beginning with syphilis of the trachea, it includes a discussion of syphilis of the respiratory tract, of the mediastinum, of the cardiovascular system, of the endocrine glands and of the pancreas, syphilis and diabetes, syphilis in disturbances of nutrition, syphilis of the ear, nose and accessory sinuses, syphilis of the larynx, syphilis of the visual apparatus, syphilis and traumatism, surgical syphilis and syphilis and associated dieases—especially syphilis and tuberculosis, syphilis and alcoholism and syphilis and cancer.
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Traité de la syphilis. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1934;30(2):331. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.1934.01460140157024
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