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Intestinal Tuberculosis. Its importance, Diagnosis, and Treatment. A study of the Secondary Ulcerative Type.

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By BROWN LAWRASON. , M.D., Consultant to the Trudeau Sanatorium, Saranac Lake, New York; and Sampson Homer L.. , Roentgenographer of the Trudeau Sanatorium, Saranac Lake, New York. Second edition, Thoroughly Revised. 376 pages, 122 engravings, and 2 colored plates. Lea and Febiger; , Philadelphia: , 1930.. Price in cloth, $4.75 net.


Ann Intern Med. 1930;4(5):511-512. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-4-5-511
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This second edition has been fully revised and enlarged. The methods of examination are described in greater detail than in the first edition. The essentials of the diagnosis are summarized in a few pages, illustrated by diagrams and references to the plates. This greater attention to methods of examination is considered necessary by the authors, who feel that because the diagnosis depends essentially upon roentgenologic methods, the ordinary physician is not sufficiently experienced in such methods and needs detailed descriptions of methods. The recent anatomical and physiological knowledge of the intestinal tract is also given in greater detail. This second

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