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When a man as closely identified with the development of sex physiology as Bernhard Zondek writes a book on the subject it deserves careful study. The introduction clearly states the scope of the material covered as the author's own contributions to the field since 1935. These include work on the natural occurrence of estrogens, the effects of high doses of estrogens, the fate of sex hormones in the organism, and menstrual studies.
For one without a good background in sex physiology this book would be difficult to evaluate. The data are frequently insufficient to warrant the conclusions made, for the
Clinical and Experimental Investigations on the Genital Functions and Their Hormonal Regulation.. Ann Intern Med. 1941;15:621–622. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-15-3-621
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