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This book is pleasantly written by a man who obviously has a wide clinical background. It is hard to see, however, just what it adds to any one of a number of standard textbooks already in use. The descriptions of disease are good but sketchy, and much space which could better be used is devoted to rare or unimportant conditions. The outlines of treatment are sound but often not given in enough detail to help the inexperienced.
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