The European internist – a promising prospect or an illusion?

  • H. S. L. M. Tjen

Abstract

Contemporary internal medicine evolved from “innere Medizin” in Germany and Austria in the early 1880’s and it describes a discipline covering the specific scientific knowledge of organ pathophysiology. The primary mission of early internists was diagnosis and they were called in as consultants for the most difficult diagnostic cases.
Published
2003-05-01
How to Cite
Tjen, H. S. L. M. (2003). The European internist – a promising prospect or an illusion? . Eesti Arst. https://doi.org/10.15157/ea.v0i0.9528
Section
MITMESUGUST