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In type; paper, illustrations and general make-up this monograph is appealing to the eye, and its content is worthy of its attractive appearance. While largely a compilation, the volume is in no sense a mere hacklike abstracting of many articles. It is quite evident that the 152 articles listed in the bibliography have been read and thoughtfully considered. The facts that they contained and the views advanced have been utilized with good judgment in writing a text that expresses, not parrot-like the statements of others alone, but also the author's own opinions and in his own individual way. Thirty-six other books and articles are listed as having been consulted. So it is seen that there has been much search and scholarly study of the literature. It is not quite just to speak of the book as a compilation. The author cites his own clinical observations and gives prominence to his
Síndrome de oclusión coronaria.. JAMA. 1930;95(11):820–821. doi:10.1001/jama.1930.02720110056039