Distinction between the Psychoneuroses Not Always Necessary

G. L. WALTON
1909 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
symptom of phthisis, including fever and hemoptysis, but whose chests were entirely negative, proved upon blood examination to be cases of pernicious anemia. In conclusion, we wish to offer a plea for the more extended use by the practitioner of such methods of diagnosis as are easily within reach of every medical man; and for the exercise of infinite pains and judgment in the early detection and treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.
doi:10.1056/nejm190909301611404 fatcat:lbi6jexxbrfd3o42ojnafxgxku