G. DE TAKATS; WM. C. BECK; EUNICE A. ROTH
No single form of therapy is equally applicable and efficacious in all forms of peripheral vascular disease. It is obvious that the physical therapist, the internist and the surgeon will strive to extend their sphere of activity in such a borderline field. This may not always be to the best interest of the patient. An approach to the solution of this difficulty seemed to be the establishment of a special clinic in which men from different departments group themselves around a problem which is neither medical nor surgical. It may have dermatologic, neurologic, ophthalmologic and orthopedic ramifications. The decision
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DE TAKATS G, BECK WC, ROTH EA. THE NEUROCIRCULATORY CLINIC; A SUMMARY OF ITS ACTIVITIES: I. PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE(I. PERIPHERAL VASCULAR DISEASE*). Ann Intern Med. 1939;13:957–979. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-13-6-957
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1939;13(6):957-979.
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