According to the authors clinical medicine in the tropics as compared with that of the temperate zones differs less in the particular diseases with which it deals than in their relative frequency their different groupings and the difference in the clinical courses which they run the authors however fail to note that in a few instances at least the geographic distribution of certain . california bookwatch this revised and expanded edition of tropical medicine a clinical text reflects the personal experience of the author over many years of direct and intimate contact with countries in the third world ranging from those in africa to those in south america. He is also a professor of clinical tropical medicine and molecular parasitology at new york university and director of the tropical disease center at lenox hill hospital he has served as the chief advisor on humanitarian and public health issues for three presidents of the united nations general assembly and for the united nations alliance of civilizations his career in tropical medicine and . Tropical medicine a clinical text 2013 first published in 1964 is comprised of approximately 300 pages of text that cover all the important tropical diseases such as malaria rabies cholera dengue and leprosy. Get this from a library tropical medicine a clinical text kevin m cahill william obrien md
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