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The first series by this title appeared in 1952 and embraced what comprised at that time the latest advances in this field by British and Australian workers.
The present book is essentially a supplement to the first, with thirty-nine authors contributing. It is half the size of the original and the subject matter is more restricted. Although sections on peptic ulcer, carcinoma and others of the more common pathologic states are included, emphasis is placed on new technics in diagnosis and treatment rather than on exhaustive reviews of these topics. Other chapters, however, are devoted to thorough discussions of less
Modern Trends in Gastroenterology (Second Series).. Ann Intern Med. 1959;50:1071–1072. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-50-4-1071_2
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