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Clinical treatises on the pathology and therapy of disorders of metabolism and nutrition / by Carl von Noorden.

  • Noorden, Carl von, 1858-1944.
Date
1903-1909
  • Books

About this work

Publication/Creation

New York : E.B. Treat, 1903-1909.

Physical description

volumes ; 21 cm

Edition

Authorized American ed. /

Notes

Part 1-6 translated by A. C. Croftan; pt. 7, by Florence Buchanon and I. W. Hall; pt. 8, under the direction of N. B. Foster
Part 7, Lectures delivered in the University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College, New York, Herter Lectureship Foundation
Copy 1 Pt. 3 1903 Supplier/Donor: BMA

Bibliographic information

Includes bibliographic references

Contents

Pt. I -- Obesity, the indications for reduction cures [by Carl von Noorden] ; Pt. II -- Nephritis [by Carl von Noorden] ; Pt. III -- Membranous catarrh of the intestines (colica mucosa) by Carl von Noorden, with the collaboration of Carl Dapper ; Pt. IV -- The acid autointoxications, by Carl von Noorden and Dr. Mohr ; Pt. V -- Concerning the effects of saline waters (Kissingen, Homburg) on metabolism, by Carl von Noorden and Carl Dapper ; Pt. VI -- Drink restriction (thirst-cures), particularly in obesity, by Carl von Noorden and Hugo Salomon ; Pt. VII -- Diabetes mellitus, its pathological chemistry and treatment, Carl von Noorden ; Pt. VIII -- Gout, by H. Strauss ; Pt. IX -- technique of reduction cures and gout, by Carl von Noorden. Noorden]--VIII. Gout, by H. Strauss

Languages

  • English


Holdings

  • Pts. 1, 2 and 4 only
  • Pts. 1-7 and 9 only

Where to find it

  • Pt. 1

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    K12392
  • Pt. 2

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    K12393
  • Pt. 3 1903

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    K12394
  • Pt. 4

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    K12395
  • Pt. 5

    LocationStatusAccess
    Closed stores
    K12396

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