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In his foreword to this book, George Schreiner points out that it has been dedicated to being "critical of methodology, strong on proven facts, and yet not unwilling to venture a labeled speculation or two." Overall, I was impressed that the editors had reached these goals while reviewing some of the more difficult to understand aspects of the care of the uremic patient.
The chapters by Teschan, Ginn, Arieff, and Massry on neurologic aspects of uremia are especially noteworthy in that they present important yet difficult and often confusing source material clearly and cohesively. Richard Glassock's chapter, "Transplantation, Immunology and
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Clinical Aspects of Uremia and Dialysis.. Ann Intern Med. 1976;85:833. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-85-6-833_1
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