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The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery: July 1932
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(a). Consideration of a proper reducing diet has become, in our work, of daily necessity and occurrence and of practical value.

(b). A chronically painful joint or series of joints of the spine or lower extremity often ceases to be troublesome in an individual who has been overweight and who, by means of a reducing diet, has brought his weight to normal.

(c). The amount of overweight need not be large,-occasionally the removal of ten or fifteen pounds is enough to spell the difference between comfort or pain in a given case.

(d). This method in proper cases is an adjunct to other forms of treatment used in orthopaedic surgery.

(C) 1932 All Rights Reserved.The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Inc.

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