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STUDIES OF BONE METABOLISM, ESPECIALLY THE PATHOLOGICAL PROCESS, ETIOLOGY AND TREATMENT OF OSTEOMALACIA

FRANCIS H. McCRUDDEN, M.D.
Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1910;V(6):596-630. doi:10.1001/archinte.1910.00050280062005.
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1. INTRODUCTION  Among the more frequently occurring pathological conditions to which human beings are subject, there are hardly any about which we know so little as those which may be roughly designated as chronic rheumatic conditions—a rather loose term used to include the various conditions known as osteo-arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteitis deformans, arthritis deformans, chronic gout, rheumatic gout, chronic rheumatism, etc. And there are hardly any pathological conditions which have interested investigators in so many branches of medical science. Among clinical men investigations have been carried on not only by the internist, orthopedic surgeon and neurologist, who are constantly called on to treat symptoms due to these conditions, but also by men interested in such special branches, as, for example, the eye, some of whom maintain that many disorders of vision are closely bound up with certain of these rheumatic conditions. Investigations are being carried on constantly by

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