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This is one of a series of books forming what is designated by the publisher "The Anglo-French Library of Medical and Biological Sciences." Each volume is published in both French and English with the hope that a closer bond between British and French men of science will thus be effected. Dr. Draper includes in the present volume much of what he has written in his "Human Constitution," certain previously published lectures and a sample clinic on constitution for students. Thus the whole work becomes a general treatise on constitution adapted more for medical students and practitioners than for advanced students of disease.
Draper feels that Man may best be described in four panels, each part necessary for a complete picture. These panels are termed the morphologic, the immunologic, the physiologic and the psychologic. The last named panel is perhaps stressed most in the present volume. One feels decidedly that in
Disease and Man. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1930;45(5):824. doi:10.1001/archinte.1930.00140110180015
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