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In view of the increasing use of diathermy by practitioners as a therapeutic measure, and as we do not possess any very definite knowledge concerning its effects upon internal tissues and organs it is very essential that investigations along this line be conducted until we have as thorough knowledge as possible of the mode of action, effects and sequelae of this use of heat. Binger and Christie have attacked this problem, and have published so far three papers: I. The Measurement of Lung Temperature, II. The Conditions Necessary for the Production of Local Heat in the Lungs, III. The temperature
An Experimental Study of Diathermy.. Ann Intern Med. 1927;1:260–261. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-1-4-260
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