The European internist – a promising prospect or an illusion?

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H. S. L. M. Tjen

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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.

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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
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