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These are the days of superspecialization, and almost every internist wants to be a cardiologist. Cardiology is a clearcut definite subject and one which involves attractive methods of precision, such as electrocardiography. As a result there has literally been a flood of monographs during the past four years on various aspects of heart disease. Dr. Willius uses the case history method to present vividly the outstanding features of cardiac disorders. A case or two each night should make good and useful bedtime reading for the tired practitioner. The volume is attractively got up and is full of excellent photographs and charts.
Cardiac Clinica.. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1941;68(5):1041. doi:10.1001/archinte.1941.00200110193017
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