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Ten review papers of which seven—those concerned with new instrumentation, staphylococcal disease, peptic ulcer, respiratory function, the pancreas, fluid therapy, and colonic adenomas—may interest internists.
It is pleasant to note that the author of the chapter on instrumentation resisted innumerable temptations to "parameterize" old-fashioned variables.
Despite the dust jacket's observation that "the changing concepts and theories of disease are often hidden in obscure and unavailable journals," much of what appears in this book is readily available, to those not chairbound, in such unobscure sources as Annual Review of Medicine, the "Medical Progress" series of The New England Journal of Medicine,
Current Concepts in Surgery.. Ann Intern Med. 1965;63:740. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-63-4-740_2
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