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Syphilis: Its Course and Management.

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By THOMAS EVAN W.. , M.D., Professor of Clinical Medicine, New York University College of Medicine; Director, Rapid Treatment Center and Visiting Physician, Bellevue Hospital, New York; Consultant, United States Public Health Service. 317 pages; 16 X 24 cm. Macmillan Company; , New York: . 1949.. Price, $5.50.

Ann Intern Med. 1949;31(2):361. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-31-2-361_1
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Dr. Thomas has presented a text which provides an understanding of the various stages of syphilis as far as our present day knowledge permits. There are 16 chapters which include the etiology of syphilis, its course, interpretation of the serologic tests, principles of treatment, methods of diagnosis of the various stages of syphilis and finally an excellent chapter on the public health aspects of the disease. The author's style is easy to follow and the wording is simple. The subject matter is adequately covered.

The author does not depend upon the statistics of others, but answers questions in the light




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