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For the average student of clinical medicine, this is the best textbook of physiology currently in print, in this reviewer's opinion. As the title implies, the book is designed for both undergraduate and postgraduate students of medicine. It is divided into twelve parts, following the usual organ-system approach to physiology, beginning with the, "Regulation of the Constancy of the Internal Environment," and ending with, "Reproduction." Each part is further divided into two to seventeen subsections. Clinical material is introduced in most of these after the appropriate physiology has been presented. The authors state that the section on digestion has not
Samson Wright's Applied Physiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1962;56:532. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-56-3-532
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