1921
Volume 21, Issue 4
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

There are seven chapters in Volume IX. Special Fields, covering the following areas: Training, Health Education, Occupational Health and Industrial Medicine, Disabilities Due to Environmental and Climatic Factors, Medical Intelligence, Enemy Prisoners of War, and Medical Laboratories, with 84 illustrations, 23 tables, 14 charts, 11 maps, and 650 pages.

The special areas covered by this volume are well documented and present important information for the military medical specialist whose primary concern is operational medicine. The contributors are all specialists, but the routine of preventive medicine logistics in the military is presented in a style that is concise and interesting so that this volume should be of interest to all medical personnel, not just those in Preventive Medicine.

The types of health problems that developed during World War II, because of the world-wide involvement, created for the military many that were new. This volume reports some of these problems and discusses their solutions in great detail.

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