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June 1958

A Bibliography of Internal Medicine: Diabetes Mellitus—from Rollo (1798) to Banting (1921)

Author Affiliations

San Francisco

AMA Arch Intern Med. 1958;101(6):1159-1171. doi:10.1001/archinte.1958.00260180149017

Few diseases have stimulated the writing of as many monographs as has diabetes-German, French, and English. From Germany we may note especially those of F. T. von Frerichs (Über den Diabetes, Berlin, August Hirschwald, 1884), of E. Külz (Klinische Erfahrungen über Diabetes mellitus, Jena, Gustav Fischer, 1899), of B. Naumyn (Ref. 16), and G. von Noorden (Ref. 16). The important treatise by E. F. W. Pflüger (Das Glycogen und seine Beziehungen zur Zuckerkrankheit, Bonn, Martin Hager, 1905) must also be mentioned. From France come first and foremost the invaluable treatises of Claude Bernard (Ref. 7, 12) and of Bourchardat (Ref. 3). One may mention also Maréchal's "Recherches sur les accidents diabétiques" (Paris, P. Asselin, 1864), the book by Lecorche (Traité du diabète, Paris, G. Masson, 1877), R. Lepine's imposing treatise (Le diabète sucré, Paris, Felix Alcan, 1909), and Marcel Labbé's smaller but authoritative volume (Le diabète sucré, Paris, Masson et

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