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Writing a programmed text must be extremely difficult, for the content must be not only worthwhile but so structured that reading the text is a learning process. This text is organized in three paper-bound volumes, each having three additional supplements: references, panels, and a final examination. Reading it in a chair is awkward because of the need to frequently refer to the supplements. A flat surface is almost a necessity.
The three volumes, "Inflammation," "Arthritis," and "Anti-inflammatory Therapy," have marked differences in quality of content and degree of difficulty. "Arthritis" is by far the best, most likely reflecting the primary
Arthritis: Disease and Treatment.. Ann Intern Med. 1976;84:767. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-84-6-767_1
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