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This book represents a follow-up of Progress in Clinical Endocrinology published in 1950. Sections are devoted to each endocrine gland and, in addition, there is a section on selected topics dealing with the relationship of hormones to fat, skin, cancer, red cell production and the kidney. The final section is devoted to methods of hormone assay, their significance and limitations. Each chapter is written by authors who are actively engaged in advancing knowledge in that particular subject.
The book consists largely of discussions of physiological mechanisms correlated with clinical disease entities. It is not the purpose to provide complete coverage
Clinical Endocrinology. I.. Ann Intern Med. 1960;53:420. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-53-2-420_1
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