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The subject of pathophysiology has enough chiaroscuro to allow the author to cater his text to many tastes. Its perspectve can easily invade the domains of physical diagnosis, pharmacology and therapeutics, and general clinical medicine, aside from the expected inroads into pathology and physiology. Pathophysiology has emerged as a separate course in numerous medical schools. Concurrently, and possibly associated with this phenomenon, monographs and texts have proliferated, devoted to the pathophysiologic mechanisms of disease in single organ systems. This, in turn, has provided the teacher of pathophysiology the option of using, instead of a faculty-generated syllabus for student reading, a
Sodeman's Pathologic Physiology. Mechanisms of Disease.Pathophysiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1980;93:514. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-93-3-514_1
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