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June 19, 1954

Clinical Endocrinology.

JAMA. 1954;155(8):800. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.03690260092042

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Abstract

While several other recently issued texts represent the efforts of a large group of contributors with a resultant variation in clarity of exposition and a distribution of space disproportionate to the importance of the problem, the authors of this book have succeeded in amalgamating their personalities to produce a smoothly flowing text that follows the traditional anatomic and physiological considerations of the major endocrine glands and their functional or dysfunctional interrelationship. The result is a fine combination of clinical experience with physiological and biochemical explanations of the phenomena encountered in diagnosis and treatment, told in understandable language. This excellent, well-illustrated teaching text should also be of value to the practicing physician.

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