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Halliburton's Physiology has seen seventeen editions in twenty-nine years, a total of 116,000 copies. When in 1928 another revision became necessary, Professor Halliburton found that he needed help in preparing it, his successor Professor McDowall was secured, and the latter's name has been added to the title of the book. There has been considerable rearrangement, both in the order of the chapters and within the chapters. Some have been rewritten, particularly many of the Nervous System, so as to bring Reflex Action up-to-date, and to admit of adequate treatment of Postural and Conditional Reflexes. The sections on the Autonomic Nervous
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Handbook of Physiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1929;2:1354–1355. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-2-12-1354_2
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