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The competition among textbooks of physiology for the medical student market must be fierce indeed. In many schools the average student possesses at least two printed versions of our physiological knowledge. Typically, one is a hardbound voluminous text which is really a reference book, and the second is a smaller book, usually paperbound, which is read more often. Perhaps another factor leading to this bibliophilic pressure among medical students in physiology is their feeling (shared by their faculty and initially by many authors of physiology texts) that no current single volume in the field adequately covers the material for the
Physiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1967;66:632. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-66-3-632
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