2 edition of Recent advances in the study of rheumatism. found in the catalog.
Recent advances in the study of rheumatism.
Frederic John Poynton
|Series||[Recent advances series]|
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|Pagination||viii, 313 p. illus., pl., table.|
|Number of Pages||313|
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They have written much that has stood the test of time. One of the authors was a pioneer in the recognition of the importance of focal infection in relation to systemic disease.
The book. There is a shorter but good review of the recent work on rheumatoid arthritis and osteo-arthritis, with chapters on the comparison of acute and chronic types of rheumatism, industrial aspects, predisposing causes, pathology and radiology, bacteriology, focal infection, constitutional disturbances, clinical problems and treatment.
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By Maureen Donohue, Contributor June 7, Author: Maureen Donohue. He co-authored Recent Advances in the Study of Rheumatism with Dr Bernard Schlesinger, which reached a second edition in In his obituary in the British Medical Journal, he is described as a pioneer of the bacteriology of acute rheumatism.
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