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This monograph contains twenty-four chapters or lectures given as conferences on problems in physiology in the medical faculty of the University of Paris during the year 1925-1926. It is in no sense a textbook or monograph covering the whole aspect of physiology, but the author has taken a number of problems, such as sleep, tobacco, the spleen, cerebral circulation and others and has developed the present status of these problems in the light of experimental and clinical data. It is well written and concise, but in many cases superficial, discussion of many problems that are important in both fundamental physiology and medicine. Some of the chapters or lectures refer to the fundamental or important literature on the subject.
Questions Physiologiques D'Actualite. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1928;42(1):150. doi:10.1001/archinte.1928.00130190153016
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