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This is a timely work on a subject which has been developed during the past ten years. It differs from other books on this subject in maintaining the clinical rather than the laboratory point of view. One of the authors is a clinician and at the same time was one of the first to study the deficiency diseases experimentally; the other is a children's specialist, who during the past few years has carried out a large series of investigations in the clinic on both rickets and tetany.
The first chapter is on the experimental basis of vitamin studies by Stepp. The next considers the pathologic anatomy of the experimental avitaminoses, and has been well covered by Kihn. Several other writers have collaborated with the main authors in the preparation of various subjects; for example, adult scurvy has been contributed by Salle, beriberi by Shimazono of Tokyo, ship beriberi by Nocht
AVITAMINOSEN UND VERWANDTE KRANKHEITSZUSTAENDE. Am J Dis Child. 1928;35(4):747. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1928.01920220192016
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