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This book has been written with the primary object of helping the physician at the bedside. Because of his rich experience in hospital and private practice, Dr. Sutton is well qualified to present, as he has done, excellent clinical pictures especially of angina pectoris and coronary thrombosis. This feature, together with illustrations, case histories and a full discussion of treatment, will make a strong appeal to the general practitioner. There will be an appeal also to other groups. Those interested in the history of cardiology and in theories as to the pathogenesis of disease, e. g., arteriosclerosis as it affects the heart, will find many historical references and not a few discussions of conflicting views. The original investigator will read with interest, if he has not already done so, condensed statements—many of them in the chapter written by Dr. Lueth on physiology and pharmacology—concerning laboratory experimental work and especially the
Diseases of the Coronary Arteries (Myocarditis). JAMA. 1932;99(13):1108. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740650066036
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