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This volume is an attempt to supply a clearer understanding of the emotional components of the patients who come into a general practitioner's office. The first five chapters (of thirty) present the author's views of the allergic and autonomic endocrine mechanisms by which physical symptoms are produced. The next thirteen chapters go through the body by symptoms, ostensibly to point out the nervous concomitants of various disease pictures.
This is all done in 176 pages filled with various symptoms which "may occur" or are "not infrequently seen." It reminds one of the paragraphs in many texts in which the more
The Nervous Patient.. Ann Intern Med. 1935;9:353–354. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-3-353_3
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