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The authors as stated in the preface, have intended this book primarily for the general practitioner and the medical student who is just beginning his hospital training.
From this standpoint they have achieved their purpose admirably. The text is concise and yet comprises an adequate survey of the field of pulmonary disease. The authors have included painstaking descriptions of various clinical procedures, such as the technic of thoracentesis, pneumothorax, etc., and have included illustrations and descriptions of apparatus. The roentgenographic plates are exceedingly good and abundant, and the pathology is clearly pointed out, thus adding materially to the value of
Modern Treatment of Diseases of the Respiratory System.. Ann Intern Med. 1937;10:1231. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-10-8-1231_2
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