Berlin:: Julius Springer, 1929., 1929. Series: Fachbucher fur Arzte, band XIII. 8vo. viii, 420 pp. Index. Brown black-stamped cloth. Ownership rubberstamp of Dr. Emil Koenigsberger, Berlin. Very good. Goldscheider, German neurologist, ". . . is best known for his work with the somatosensory system, in particular, research of the body's thermoreceptors in regards to localized "coolness" and "warmness" spots. He also performed research of localized tactile skin sensitivity that included tests involving "pain" and "tickle" sensations." – Wikip. See: "Goldscheider, Johann Karl August Eugen Alfred," in: Neue Deutsche Biographie (NDB). Band 6, Duncker & Humblot, Berlin 1964 The present work on internal diseases and recommended therapies, deals with diseases afflicting the respiration (angina tonsillaris, acute catarrh, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, pneumonia, tuberculosis, etc.), Circulatory organs (Hydrops, Asthma, diseases of the heart, endocarditis, pericarditis, hypertension, etc.), Urinary organs (kidney infections, nephrosclerosis, hematuria, etc.), Liver and pancreas, Metabolic Diseases, Endocrine system, Blood, Rheumatism, Nervous system (sciatica, lumbago, spinal meningitis, multiple sclerosis, arteriosclerosis, malaria, epilepsy, etc.).
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