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February 3, 1951

Physiology and Anatomy

JAMA. 1951;145(5):360. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920230084037

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Abstract

This attractively bound and richly illustrated textbook is intended for use in training schools for nurses where anatomy and physiology are given as a combined course. The material from previous editions has evidently been repeatedly examined and has acquired the smoothness and authority that can come only from long years of use in actual teaching. Especially well-written, though not yet cleared of slight pedagogic flaws, is the interesting new material on aviation physiology from the nurse's viewpoint. This book can be highly recommended to the readers for whom it is intended.

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