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The frequency of varicose veins and ulcers and the unsatisfactory nature of the treatment usually accorded them are undoubtedly responsible for the interest excited by McPheeters book, the second printing of which was exhausted in less than five months. A new edition has now been prepared to meet the demands created by this interest. In it an attempt has been made to make more clear certain points that were not sufficiently understandable by the general practitioner. Particularly in the case of the Trendelenburg test, both as to its demonstration and clinical application have so many inquiries been made that it
Varicose Veins.. Ann Intern Med. 1930;4:197. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-4-2-197_1
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