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In spite of the extensive literature covered in "Body Water," this monograph can hardly be regarded as a general review of the water balance. No mention is made, for example, of the total water content of the body or of the distribution of fluid in various organs. Dr. Peters has quite frankly limited himself to those phases of this broad subject in which he and his co-workers have been particularly interested. The book might best be described as a critical analysis of some of the basic problems pertaining to the exchange of fluid in man. The author has clearly made
Body Water.. Ann Intern Med. 1937;11:413. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-11-2-413_1
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