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On occasion we contemplate the future event when computers will simulate a considerable part of intellectual activity. But before use of the written language atrophies, we have to contend with attempts to simulate a computer. The treatise submitted for review is such a vehicle for information retrieval—an economical assortment of references accompanied by a depth of critical analysis that one might expect of a contemporary computer. It might be titled "An Annotated Bibliography of Gastrointestinal Absorption, 1910-1960." The only clue to the purpose and scope of this effort is the statement that the author read over 5,000 papers and presents
Absorption from the Intestine.. Ann Intern Med. ;62:417. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-62-2-417_2
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1965;62(2):417.
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