1921
Volume s1-25, Issue 5
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

Under the auspices of the division of medical science of the National Research Council, five members of Duke University's Medical faculty have collaborated in the preparation of a new manual of medical mycology. This latest publication in a series of military medical manuals is designed primarily to meet the need of military medical officers serving in the tropics of the South Pacific or South America where mycotic infections are commonly prevalent. Because the book fills the need felt by all practitioners who have encountered mycotic infections and their clinical problems, it is a handy and useful book for the clinician.

One stated purpose of the book is clarification of mycotic nomenclature in the identification of pathogenic fungi.

Both the common and rarer mycoses are handled with masterly simplicity. From the various standpoints of symptomatology, differential diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, pathology, and immunology these infections are presented with clarity and thoroughness.

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