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Internists will find this excellent monograph very helpful. It is clearly written, definite in its statements, and covers the field very adequately.
The bacteriologic section will assist the clinical pathologist in improving the laboratory aids to diagnosis. At present in most hospitals, even of major size, attempts to cultivate Brucella are relatively perfunctory. The discussion of the serologic, allergic and opsonocytophagic tests includes material on methods and interpretation of great value to the internist. It may be noted in connection with cultural methods that no point is made of the danger of laboratory infections.
Clinical descriptions of the disease in
Brucellosis in Man and Animals.. Ann Intern Med. 1940;14:538. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-14-3-538_1
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