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An Atlas of Cardiology.

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Electrocardiograms and Chest X-Rays.. By Conway Neville. . 752 illustrations. Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., Chicago: , 1977.. Price, $27.50.

Ann Intern Med. 1979;90(3):480. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-90-3-480_2
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For a variety of reasons, young physicians in training are limited in their ability to interpret electrocardiograms and roentgenograms of the chest, two time-honored methods of examining the heart. The present atlas should prove useful both as a practical manual and as a reference for students and house officers.

The first section covers the analysis of 453 electrocardiograms, all illustrated with high-quality, easy-to-read, full-sized tracings. The captions are brief, clear, and concise with good cross-references. Included are many excellent examples of atrial, ventricular, and junctional arrhythmias, pre-excitation syndromes, various types of conduction defects and heart blocks, hypertrophy, ischemia, infarction, and


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