Tratado Iberoamericano de Medicina Interna
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
nasties, is not as much at home in the field of mechanotherapy and occupational therapy. In the remaining chapters he applies the principles set forth in the earlier chapters to definite disease conditions. All surgeons, especially those interested in bone and joint surgery, and internists, especially interested in circulatory conditions and diseases of metabo¬ lism, will find excellent material in these chapters. The book is exceedingly interesting and well written, although at times one
... through the material. It will do much to stimulate the already increasing interest of the profession in physical therapy-an interest which has been aroused in this country by the physical reconstruction and rehabilitation methods developed during the war, and now being applied more and more to the disabled in civilian life. This is a manual for students' use, the alternate pages being left blank for notes. It provides for the observation and dissection of various species, from the animalcule, through the worm and fishes, to the pigeon and rabbit. It is excellently illustrated and should prove to be an exceedingly practical guide.