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"This book has been written because of the convictions of the authors that chronic arthritis is largely a preventable and curable disease; and that current knowledge of the nature of the disease and of the measures necessary to combat it is not as generally diffused throughout the medical profession as it should be.... The effort has been made to present a perspective of the syndrome of chronic arthritis in which etiology, pathology, physiological disturbances, and treatment of the disease are seen in their respective relations one to another as constituting a whole." The treatise impresses one as a thoroughly sane and logical presentation of the history, classification, pathology and physiologic disturbances of this clinical entity. The etiology and symptomatology are discussed, as well as the various phases of the treatment: medicoclinical treatment, treatment of focal infection, treatment by the gastro-intestinal route and treatment with vaccines. The authors have throughout preserved
Macmillan Medical Monographs. George R. Minot, Editorial Advisor. The Medical and Orthopaedic Management of Chronic Arthritis. Arch Otolaryngol. 1934;20(1):137. doi:10.1001/archotol.1934.03600010144014
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