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Cardiac Arrhythmias. Clinical Features and Mechanism of the Irregular Heart.

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By ROTH IRVING R.. , M.D., Assistant in Medicine; Chief, Children's Cardiac Clinic, Mt. Sinai Hospital; Instructor in Post-Graduate Studies on Diseases of the Circulatory System Conducted by Columbia University at Mt. Sinai Hospital, N. Y. Introduction by Libman Emanuel. , M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine, Columbia University. 210 pages, 80 illustrations and 5 tables. Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., New York: , 1928.. Price in cloth, $7.50.


Ann Intern Med. 1928;2(2):234-235. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-2-2-234_2
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The author has aimed in this volume to present in simple diagrammatic form the mechanism of the various types of cardiac irregularity together with their clinical signs, such as electrical manifestations, heart sounds and the arterial and venous pulses. The diagrams are drawn to scale in order that the various components of the extracardiac manifestations of the heartbeat may be correlated with one another and with the corresponding phases of the intrinsic cardiac mechanisms in any given arrhythmia. The attempt is made to simplify by aid of diagrams the understanding of that intrinsic disturbance in the cardiac mechanisms known as

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