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Will geriatrics ever be a well-established, generally recognized specialty? Some say it will; others still are examining the tides and testing the winds. To us internists who have an investment in geriatrics, however, it is heartening that a considerable, not to say massive, body of knowledge about the subject has been published. Some books, like those by Brocklehurst, Rossman, and now Reichel, have gone through at least two editions. The second edition of Clinical Aspects of Aging follows the format of its antecedent; the book is compiled by a board of 11 distinguished editors, and is written in 53 chapters
Clinical Aspects of Aging.. Ann Intern Med. 1984;100:323. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-100-2-323_1
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