Epidemiology in Country Practice presents the development of the catarrhal jaundice and myalgia. It discusses the epidemiological and clinical observations of country doctors. It addresses the conditions of life of a country doctor.
Some of the topics covered in the book are the appeal to improved medical research; methods of communicating medical research; techniques in acquisition of clinical data; types of diseases of the people living in the country; description of influenza, measles, scarlet fever, whooping-cough, and mumps; and diagnosis and behavior of chicken-pox and shingles. The description of sonne dysentery is fully covered. An in-depth account of the diagnosis, symptoms, and treatment of undulant fever are provided. The characteristic mononucleosis of glandular fever is completely presented. A chapter is devoted to the classification and description of different skin conditions. Another section is focus on the diagnosis of malignant disease.
The book can provide useful information to doctors, students, and researchers.
Contents Chapter I. An Appeal Chapter II. The Lines of Communication Chapter III. Technique Chapter IV. The Commoner Diseases Chapter V. Chicken-Pox and Shingles Chapter VI. Sonne Dysentery and the Rarer Diseases Chapter VII. Epidemic Catarrhal Jaundice Chapter VIII. Epidemic Myalgia Bibliography Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2039
- 1st January 1939
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