Editors: Harold C. Sox, MD, MACP; and Edward Huth, MD, MACP
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Recognized as one of the most prestigious journals in medicine, Annals of Internal Medicine has published many papers that have significantly impacted (and continue to influence) medicine.
Landmark Papers in Internal Medicine: The First 80 Years of Annals of Internal Medicine presents a selection of these important papers that have valuably guided the practice of internal medicine.
Readers will enjoy significant papers on issues in:
- General Medicine
- Health Policy
- Infectious Diseases
- Pulmonary Medicine
Papers are reprinted in facsimile and feature commentary from experts from a broad range of internal medicine specialties. Important in the development of internal medicine and in the work of a beloved journal, Annals of Internal Medicine, this collection represents the history of scientific progress in internal medicine!
- April 2009
- 528 pages, Hardcover
- ISBN 13: 978-1-934465-07-3
- Product # 330371200
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Table of Contents
- 1 GENERAL MEDICINE
- Commentary by Harold C. Sox
- - The Medical Review Article: State of the Science
- - Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: A Working Case Definition
- - Screening for Colorectal Cancer in Adults at Average Risk: A
Summary of the Evidence for the U.S. Preventive Services
- 2 HEALTH POLICY
- Commentary by Philip R. Lee
- - Human Experimentation: Declaration of Helsinki
- - The Implications of Regional Variations in Medicare Spending. Part 2: Health Outcomes and Satisfaction with Care
- - High and Rising Health Care Costs. Part 4: Can Costs Be Controlled While Preserving Quality?
- 3 CARDIOLOGY
- Commentary by Charles F. Wooley and Mark E. Silverman
- - Aortic Stenosis with Special Reference to Angina Pectoris And Syncope
- - Studies on Experimental Hypertension. V. The Pathogenesis of Experimental Hypertension Due To Renal Ischemia
- - Factors of Risk in the Development of Coronary Heart Disease-Six-Year Follow-Up Experience: The Framingham Study
- 4 ENDOCRINOLOGY
- Commentary by Robert G. Dluhy
- - Addison's Disease: Evaluation of Synthetic Desoxycorticosterone Acetate Therapy in 158 Patients
- - Primary