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Undertaking a comprehensive volume on clinical cardiology is much like attempting to chart an ocean-the currents of emphasis are constantly changing, the landmarks are evolving, and the main routes of commerce exert their influence. A textbook can be encyclopedic, can attempt to look at all sides of a controversy and can exhaustively provide one-line summaries of the recent literature. In so doing, it can develop a reputation as a source for resolving disputes while otherwise remaining secure on the library shelf.
The editors, whose academic reputations are based partly on their abilities to combine science and practice, consider this volume
Clinical Cardiology.. Ann Intern Med. 1979;90:866–867. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-90-5-866_3
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