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Under this new title appears the fourth edition of Zinsser's Infection and Resistance. Advances which have been made in the eight years since the third edition came out have produced profound modifications in the theories of immunology and consequently in their application to methods of diagnosis and therapy. Many chapters have required rewriting in order to introduce new material and to eliminate that which has been discarded. The first section of the book, 486 pages, deals with fundamental conceptions and theories, while the second section discusses the problems of immunology as applied to individual infectious diseases. While the first portion
Resistance to Infectious Diseases: An Exposition of the Biological Phenomena Underlying the Occurrence of Infection and the Recovery of the Animal Body from Infectious Disease, with a Consideration of the Principles Underlying Specific Diagnosis and Therapeutic Measures.. Ann Intern Med. 1931;5:527. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-4-527_1
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