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To many physicians, the appearance of this twelfth edition brings a feeling that the pediatric textbook situation has finally returned to normal. The book has been most carefully written and edited. It seems to have been written with more than the usual emphasis on selection of only well-established facts and principles. A possible exception to this policy may be the presentation of the full-feeding principle of management of diarrheas, a current enthusiasm of one of the author-editors. The more conventional point of view is also presented in this instance. To some, there may seem to be an inadequate amount of
Pediatrics.. Ann Intern Med. 1954;40:190. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-40-1-190
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