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Diabetes: Its Treatment by Insulin and Diet. A Handbook for the Patient.

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By PETTY ORLANDO H.. , A.M., M.D., F. A. C. P.; Professor of Diseases of Metabolism, Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Physician in Charge of Departments of Diseases of Metabolism, Hospitals of the Graduate School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, and Philadelphia General Hospital; Consultant in Diseases of Nutrition and Metabolism, Shriners' Hospital for Crippled Children, Philadelphia Unit. Fifth revised and enlarged edition. 231 pages; illustrations and tables. F. A. Davis Company; , Philadelphia: , 1931..


Ann Intern Med. 1931;5(6):811. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-5-6-811_1
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The fifth edition of this handbook has been extensively revised. The section on vitamins has been rewritten and enlarged, the subject of obesity and diabetic hygiene has been discussed in greater detail, and twenty-one pages of sample diets for those following the orthodox dietary rules of the Jewish faith have been added. As is stated in the preface this is a book for the diabetic and not for the physician; but it is not intended to be a substitute for the physician. The latter will find it an aid in giving the patient such a practical working knowledge of diabetes

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