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The aim of this book is to integrate preclinical sciences with clinical medicine. Reviewers would have an easy task if the work had been divided into two, approximately equal-sized volumes instead of being served up in one unmanageable tome. It would then have been possible to recommend with enthusiasm the first volume, and to shrug one's shoulders about the second. As it is, however, the text cannot be parcelled. You must have all eight and one-half pounds of the book or nothing. And it is difficult indeed to decide whether the excellence of the first half can carry the mediocrity
Principles of Internal Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1951;34:1509–1510. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-34-6-1509_2
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