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The evolution of medical curricula has indicated an urgent need to provide an integration of basic and clinical knowledge. This book has as its goal such an integration. Unfortunately, it does not do this as successfully as is desirable. One must still look forward to more adequate treatment of the subject matter.
The greatest defect in the book is lack of consistency. Admittedly, it is stated that there was selection of the subject matter for inclusion, but one is hard put to understand why some subjects are treated so thoroughly and others so sketchily. The relevance of the chapter on
The Autonomic Nervous System: An Introduction to Basic and Clinical Concept.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;73:877. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-73-5-877_2
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