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This is a new edition of an old book, a thorough text of the old type, abounding in such terms as acute and chronic gastric catarrh, gastrosuccorrhea, myxorrhea gastrica, gastrohydrorrhea, ischochymia, parorexia, choria, sitophobia, gastralgia, gastralgokenosis, hypanakinesis ventriculi, hyperanakinesis ventriculi and peristaltic restlessness of the stomach. Local treatment of the stomach is thoroughly considered, including the gastric douche and spray, the stomach powder blower and the various forms of the electric therapy. The work is essentially clinical. In the opinion of the reviewer, modern gastric physiology and roentgenology should receive much more consideration than is given them.
Diseases of the Stomach, a Textbook for Practitioners and Students. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1930;45(2):318. doi:10.1001/archinte.1930.00140080160019
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