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The Diseases of the Endocrine Glands

JAMA. 1936;107(17):1411. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770430061029.
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This volume is now in its third edition, based on the last German edition, which appeared in 1926. However, it takes account of recent advances and presents particularly Zondek's point of view in relationship to the significance of the endocrine system. Its author is widely known as a leader in research in this field in Germany who subsequently was obliged to leave Germany and settled in Manchester, going finally to Jerusalem, where he is now in practice. The present edition was translated by Carl Prausnitz, also a former German physician, who also more recently has been established in Great Britain. The Zondek volume begins with a historical introduction and discusses the relationship between the glands and their physiology and chemistry. It discusses also the vitamins and the relationship of the glandular system to the endocrine system. Next it is concerned with methods for the examination of patients and with organotherapy.


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