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Pain, Its Origin, Conduction, Perception and Diagnostic Significance

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Pain, Its Origin, Conduction, Perception and Diagnostic Significance
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Publisher: D. Appleton
ISBN/ASIN: B000WG48L4
Number of pages: 970

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Pain is universal, and is present in practically every disease, and in most diseases it is the one symptom which first attracts the patient's attention and causes him to become aware of some change in his physical well-being. The physician needs to know not only the various factors to which a certain pain may be due, but also the reasons why it should be produced and the different diseases giving rise to pain of similar character and location.

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