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The long story of the development of internal medicine is detailed through the centuries by Rolleston in the following chapters: I, Ancient Medicine; II, Greek Medicine; III, Greek Medicine in Rome; IV, Links between Greek and Modern Medicine; V, the Renaissance and the Seventeenth Century; VI, The Nineteenth Century. This is the least satisfactory of the four volumes published to date. Much of it consists only of a catalogue of names and dates. It is too conventionally treated to hold the interest of the reader. It seems to the writer that in a medical primer of this kind, it is
Internal Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1930;4:648–649. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-4-6-648
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