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In the introduction to his book, Dr. Feil recounts a visit he made to Sir James Mackenzie during which the latter stated that "if he were forty years of age again, he would keep careful records of his patients and then follow them over the years, in order to determine the early symptoms of disease." This book is a monument to the meticulous pursuit of a precept laid down by a respected giant in medical history. The author reports on 1,854 patients whom he has personally seen and followed over an extended number of years. This work is the distillate
Coronary Heart Disease: A Personal Clinical Study.. Ann Intern Med. 1964;61:373–374. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-61-2-373_3
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