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These two books actually complement each other in their approaches to the subject of occupational medicine. Drs. Fleming, D'Alonzo, and Zapp devote a great deal of space to general discussions of the organization and problems of a department of occupational medicine. Their book is divided into eight sections. The first section (five chapters) deals with organization of such a department. The second section (four chapters) covers industrial preventive medicine. Section three (five chapters) discusses physical environment, work, stress, and occupational health. The fourth section (nine chapters) deals with the services allied to occupational medicine. Section five (four chapters) covers psychiatry;
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1. Modern Occupational Medicine.2. Occupational Diseases and Industrial Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1961;54:355. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-54-2-355_1
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