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Knowledge concerning normal and abnormal functions of the body has been accumulating rapidly in the past 25 years. Correlation of clinical observations and pathophysiologic data has led to a clarification of many obscure ideas about disease, and medical science has been developing a more sound, less empirical basis. The objective of this book is the summary of "clinical facts, physiologic concepts, diagnostic methods, and therapeutic measures in the study and management of internal diseases."
This goal is only partially achieved. The inclusion of newer information and a more critical analysis of some of the data furnished would enhance the value
Internal Medicine: A Physiologic and Clinical Approach to Disease.. Ann Intern Med. 1957;47:187–188. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-47-1-187_3
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