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May 10, 1995

Slide Atlas of Clinical Endocrinology

Author Affiliations

University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago

JAMA. 1995;273(18):1464. doi:10.1001/jama.1995.03520420080047

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Abstract

The format of the Slide Atlas of Clinical Endocrinology consists of 10 units, each containing a written text in a spiral notebook with numerous large illustrations of the 35-mm slides associated with each unit—60 to 91 slides per unit, 765 in all.

Whether it is possible to reduce all of clinical endocrinology into even this large number of slides is open to question. One doubts that even such a large volume of slides can adequately cover all that the title implies.

The units are large, heavy, cumbersome, and difficult to store. They appear intended for teachers who would use the slides in a lecture format. At $1000 it is hard to imagine that there will be a large call for such a collection. The slides are of excellent photographic quality, as are the illustrations within the text.

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