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Hypertension and Nephritis.

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By FISHBERG ARTHUR M.. , M.D.; Associate Physician to Beth Israel Hospital; Adjunct Physician to Mount Sinai Hospital, New York City. Second edition, thoroughly revised and enlarged. xvi + 619 pages, 38 engravings and one colored plate. Lea and Febiger; , Philadelphia: , 1931.. Price, $6.50 net.

Ann Intern Med. 1932;5(7):946-947. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-5-7-946_3
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For this second edition of Hypertension and Nephritis the entire book had to be reset, so extensive was the revision. The sections on renal acidosis, azotemia with chloride deficiency, the Addis ratio, the pathogenesis of edema, the kidney in diabetes and hemoglobinemia, the rôle of sensitization in glomerulo-nephritis, renal osteo-dystrophy, the carotid sinus and regulation of blood pressure, cardiac failure in hypertension, and paroxysmal hypertension with suprarenal tumors are either new or have been rewritten. As a result, in this edition the number of pages has been increased by about 50. This is a very complete and satisfactory discussion of


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