Bone and Joint Tuberculosis in Kenya
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Throughout Kenya the treatment of tuberculosis in African patients is a problem of considerable magnitude. The writer supposes that over the next ten years this will be the problem that will exercise medical men throughout the continent of Africa in an increasing way more than any other. It is therefore of fundamental importance not only to treat tuberculosis in all its forms in African patients, but even more to elaborate methods of treatment that are most suitable for Africa. This latter implies that operative techniques must be made so simple that they can be carried out successfully in provincial centres as well as in the capital cities of each territory.