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Congenital Heart Disease edited by Daniel F. Downing is a multiauthored book that should be of interest to pediatricians, family practitioners, house officers, and medical students. It is a readable, well printed, and reasonably priced volume that discusses congenital heart disease in general and the more common defects in some detail. The first six chapters provide an excellent overall view of congenital heart disease beginning with a chapter on etiology of congenital heart disease and followed by a very lucid, well illustrated chapter on pathology by Van Mierop. Kreidberg and Chernoff in one chapter and Saul Robinson in another present a useful clinical approach to congenital heart disease. Electrocardiographic clues are provided by Ziegler and should be a helpful guide to the clinician. Krikpatrick and Capitanio discuss the roentgen diagnosis of congenital heart disease in a clear and well organized chapter filled with lavish illustrations of quite good quality. In
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