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A valiant effort to present the basic principles of human reproduction and their clinical use has been made in this book. The usual compromise between breadth and depth is mitigated by having several authors, each contributing on his own area of expertness. The medical topics are almost entirely from Reid, a man of vast experience. These topics are well covered, although in my opinion certain oversights were made. For example, in discussing the diagnosis of thromboembolic disease of the lower extremity and its uncertainties in early stages, no mention is made of venography. Many clinicians feel that venography will eliminate
Principles and Management of Human Reproduction.. Ann Intern Med. 1972;77:337–338. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-77-2-337_3
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