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By ELWYN HERMAN. , M.D., Assistant Visiting Physician, Gouverneur Hospital, New York. 347 pages, 2 figures. The MacMillan Company; , New York: , 1929.. Price in cloth: $4.00.


Ann Intern Med. 1929;2(10):1119. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-2-10-1119_1
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This is a reprinting of this work on nephritis which was first publlished in 1926. In it Elwyn presents the individual forms of nephritis with an attempt at correlation of the clinical phenomena with the pathologic changes. As a necessary preliminary to such a presentation he discusses the normal function of the kidney, renal insufficiency, hypertension and uremia, which make up the first four chapters. Chapter five is concerned with the classification of nephritis; chapter six with embolic glomerulonephritis; chapter seven with non-embolic glomerulonephritis; chapter eight with acute diffuse glomerulonephritis; chapter nine treats of the subacute and subchronic forms of

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