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Doctor Clarke is a practicing internist and senior member of the medical faculty at Liverpool University who was led from his hobby of breeding butterflies to the study of human genetics. He wrote his book "with the sole object of trying to arouse in clinicians some curiosity about genetics."
The first 14 chapters are in 2 main groups, 8 on the general principles of genetics and 6 describing individual disorders. The other 3 chapters discuss ionizing radiation, the heredity clinic, and elementary statistics. A 9-page glossary is provided and the text is excellently indexed. There are many line diagrams and
Genetics for the Clinician.. Ann Intern Med. 1963;58:385. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-58-2-385_1
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