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June 13, 1936

Atlas der klinischen Elektrokardiographie mit Anleitungen zur Differentialdiagnose

JAMA. 1936;106(24):2096. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770240060031

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Abstract

The author has made a great improvement in this edition over the first. He has included a number of electrocardiograms, many of them with four leads, illustrating the changes seen in coronary occlusion and myocardial infarction. Thirty new illustrations have been added in the present edition to the 134 in the preceding one and a number of the old curves have been replaced by better ones. The illustrations are nicely reproduced, and the descriptions have been revised in many instances. As before, the electrocardiograms are placed on one page and the descriptions of the curves, the electrocardiographic diagnosis, and the pertinent clinical observations are printed on the opposite page. This permits the reader to arrive at his own interpretations independently if he desires this practice. This book is intended more for the cardiologist versed in the field of electrocardiography than for the beginner in this field. Many rare and involved

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