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By GOODMAN JOSEPH I.. , M.D., BAUMOEL SIEGFRIED. , M.D., FRANKEL LEONARD. , M.D., MARCUS LOUIS J.. , M.D., and WASSERMANN SIGMUND. , M.D. Edited by Thompson Willard O.. , M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Chicago. Publication number 151, American Lecture Series, Monograph in Bannerstone Division of American Lectures in Endocrinology. 138 pages; 14.5 X 22 cm. Charles C Thomas; , Springfield, Illinois: . 1953.. Price, $4.75.

Ann Intern Med. 1954;40(3):646-647. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-40-3-646
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This volume is noteworthy as the first American monograph, published as a bound volume, devoted to the problems of diabetic neuropathy. The authors compare the clinical findings in their subjects with the reports of others and point out that the incidence of this condition is determined by the diagnostic criteria employed for its detection. They have not attempted to apply qualitative or quantitative tests of vibratory perception in the study of their patient material, but they review much of the literature pertaining to its use.

Because the pathogenesis of diabetic neuropathy, its pathologic physiology, and the lesions associated with it


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