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Schliephake's name is more widely known than any other in the field of short wave diathermy. At about the same time the method was being developed in this country for the production of artificial fever, Schliephake in Germany, in 1929, was the first to use this electrical means for the treatment of local disease, and he has written voluminously concerning its use since that time. He is enthusiastic in regard to its possibilities and is an exponent of the idea that the electrical phenomena have some specific effect on the tissues and functions of the living body and are not
Behandlung rheumatischer Erkrankungen mit Ultra-Kurzwellen.. Ann Intern Med. 1939;13:374. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-13-2-374
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