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Any study of the problem of the crippled and disabled is necessarily extensive and difficult due to the many types and combinations, both as to areas and senses involved, and to the age periods and variable reactions of each. Dr. Kessler has very thoroughly reviewed the extensive available literature and has analyzed the facts presented from an unbiased standpoint. His suggestions for the correction of the situations as now found are sensible and sound.
The book is divided into seven parts, an appendix and a large bibliography. The disabled are considered generally in Part 1, where the problem as a
The Crippled and the Disabled.. Ann Intern Med. 1936;10:126. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-10-1-126_2
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