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Tularemia. History, Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment.

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By SIMPSON WALTER M.. , M.S., M.D., F.A.C.P., Director of the Diagnostic Laboratories, Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Ohio; Formerly Senior Instructor in Pathology, University of Michigan. Foreword by FRANCIS EDWARD. , Surgeon, United States Public Health Service. 178 pages, 53 text illustrations and 2 colored plates. With complete bibliography. Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., New York: , 1929.. Price in cloth, $5.00.

Ann Intern Med. 1929;3(4):393-394. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-3-4-393
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This book is fortunate in appearing at the psychologic moment. Regarded as a rare disease in 1924, during the last five years, Tularemia has been shown to have a world-wide distribution, and to be of such frequent occurence in man as to assume a position of distinct clinical importance. The history of this disease has been spectacular in the extreme. From its discovery in a California ground squirrel by McCoy, in 1910, up to the present time over 800 cases have been reported in the District of Columbia and in every state of the Union, with the exception of New




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