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Is psychiatry becoming a subspecialty of internal medicine? This book is oriented in this not necessarily undesirable direction. The editors designate their audience as "practicing psychiatrists who have an interest in treating the medically ill, resident psychiatrists in training, and other physicians, including those in primary care with an interest in the psychiatric aspects of medicine. Advanced medical students who have completed their basic introduction to psychiatry and internal medicine will also find the book useful." Internists and internal medicine residents could also benefit considerably from perusal, study, and reference to chapters relevant to patients in their practice-even chapters on
Principles of Medical Psychiatry. Ann Intern Med. 1989;110:852. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-110-10-852_1
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