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This volume presents a survey of the problem of arteriosclerosis. There are, including an Introduction by Ludwig Aschoff and a Summary by Alfred E. Cohn, twenty-three contributors. The book has twenty-one chapters, in each of which the problem is approached from a different aspect. It is attacked from the historic, the physiologic, the chemic, the statistical, the pathologic, the etiologic, the clinical and other points of view. It is stated that the contributors have had three objects clearly in mind: "To determine the data concerning arteriosclerosis which can be regarded as established and their relation to one another; to discover
Arteriosclerosis; A Survey of the Problem.. Ann Intern Med. 1935;8:1167–1168. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-8-9-1167_2
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