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If the third year student masters the information and point of view contained in "Medicine in the Outpatient Department," he would indeed be well prepared to take advantage of his dispensary medical course. The author suggests certain simplifications in history taking and physical examination which are necessary because of the usual lack of time for examination and instruction in the outpatient department of a large city hospital.
The reviewer feels, however, that it is unfortunate that students must be introduced to clinical medicine with the aid of shortcuts, but as long as medical instruction in the dispensary is given to
Medicine in the Outpatient Department. An Introductory Handbook.. Ann Intern Med. 1940;13:2008. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-13-10-2008_1
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