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The author has provided the answers to many practical questions confronting practitioners who treat the common acute infectious fevers. Logically presented are the pathology, etiology, transmission, infectivity, incubation and quarantine period, clinical features, complications, diagnoses, prognoses, prophylaxis and treatment of each individual entity. Of great value are the pertinent new researches, laboratory procedures and therapeutic weapons needed for the modern handling of infectious processes. Abundantly and well illustrated, clearly written, this book will serve the student and general practitioner. The sections on scarlet fever, diphtheria and cerebral spinal fever are outstanding, but the author's conception of all the fevers is
The Acute Infectious Fevers, An Introduction for Students and Practitioners.. Ann Intern Med. 1947;27:841. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-27-5-841_2
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