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Neuromuscular Blocking and Stimulating Agents.

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Volumes I. and II., Section 14 of the International Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Therapeutics.. Edited by Cheymol J.. . 654 pages. Pergamon Press; , Oxford: , 1972.. Price, $52.50.

Ann Intern Med. 1973;79(4):620. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-79-4-
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The contributions of a distinguished international panel of pharmacologists, physiologists, biochemists, and clinicians have been assembled to form a comprehensive review of the neuromuscular junction and of the numerous drugs, toxins, and synthetic substances capable of altering its function—as well as a survey of its clinical disorders. The result is an authoritative reference work that is one section of a proposed 250 volume encyclopedia of pharmacology and therapeutics. It is well printed and has an author and a separate subject index at the rear of each volume, clearly labelled illustrations, and reasonably well reproduced photographs. Despite the very broad international


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