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Textbooks and monographs are often written in a very impersonal manner, and they may present facts in a way that makes uninteresting reading. This is not true of Dr. Soper's book. He has the ability to write medical literature that seems to be alive.
This volume is concerned primarily, as its title implies, with the clinical aspect of gastroenterology. It is in no sense a reference book but is essentially a record of the experiences of the author, and in the discussions, emphasis is placed on the methods that Dr. Soper has found to be most satisfactory. One may not
Clinical Gastroenterology.. Ann Intern Med. 1939;13:372. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-13-2-372_1
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