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The book, entitled "Pathology of the Operated Stomach," is divided into ten chapters, as follows: I. Blood Changes, II. Physiopathology, III. Radiology, IV. Gastroscopy, V. Postoperative Pathology, VI. Late Postoperative Pathology, VII. Repercussions on Biliary Tract, VIII. Repercussions on the Endocrine System, IX. Treatment, X. Corticovisceral Pathology of the Gastrectomized Patient. The various contributors to this book are very well qualified to present their various contributions, and their presentations of the different subjects mentioned above are clear and concise and offer a practical approach in resolving the various problems encountered in the gastrectomized patient.
Patología del Estómago Operado. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1955;95(1):179. doi:10.1001/archinte.1955.00250070195033
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