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In writing this book on the introduction to internal medicine, the author has divided his subject matter into the following main divisions: diseases of the respiratory tract, diseases of the mediastinum, diseases of the heart and circulation, diseases of the blood and erythropoietic organs, diseases of the digestive tract, diseases of metabolism, diseases of the organs of internal secretion, changes due to vitamin deficiency, diseases of the kidney and urinary tract, diseases of the muscles, bone and joints, infectious diseases, animal diseases transmissible to man, and poisons.
This represents the fourth edition of the work. Certainly anyone who attempts to write a text covering the broad field of medicine as the sole author is to be complimented; this is a tremendous work, and, generally speaking, Dr. Wolf brings it to a successful conclusion. The reviewer has had occasion to read various other treatises on internal medicine published recently in German,
Einführung in die Innere Medizin. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1951;87(1):178. doi:10.1001/archinte.1951.03810010188019
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