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One is at first tremendously impressed with this atlas, but closer examination reveals some flaws. It becomes evident that this is a report of the experiences obtained by the authors while working with Frank N. Wilson in Ann Arbor, Mich., and R. F. Ziegler in Detroit, and of their reading of the works of H. Schaefer in Germany, P. W. Duchosal in Switzerland, L. Deglaude and J. Lenègre in France, M. Segers in Belgium, E. Sodi-Pollares in Mexico, as well as a digest of the monographs of Ashman and Hull, Bayley, Bernstein, Cabrera, Craib, Goldberger, Holzmann, Katz, Lepeschkin, Lewis, Mann, Myers, Pardee, Scherf and Boyd, Stratton, Rothberger and Winterberg, and Wenckeback and Winterberg. As a consequence, this booklet contains the viewpoints of several authorities paraphrased by the present authors without being thoroughly integrated. There are many contradictions. Some sections are inadequate, particularly the section on heart strain and heart hypertrophy.
Atlas der Elektrokardiographie: Eine Einführung in die moderne elektrische Herzuntersuchung für den praktischen Arzt und den Studenten. JAMA. 1951;147(9):907. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670260109044
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