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Does a multiauthored textbook of cardiology from a single clinical unit offer unique advantages such as improved coordination and integration of content? This is suggested in both the foreword and preface of this superb, up-to-date, encyclopedic work prepared by 82 contributors from the Mayo School of Medicine. Its 64 chapters, 1986 pages, and 1468 illustrations begin with an overview of the history of cardiology and end with an upbeat discussion of future perspectives. In between is an extensive body of knowledge, exhaustively referenced and well arranged into a highly readable text. The chapters reflect the orderly sequence of topics found
Cardiology: Fundamentals and Practice.. Ann Intern Med. 1987;107:795. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-107-5-795_3
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