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As Dr. Levine points out in his foreword, there has been no comprehensive clinical treatise on the appraisal of cardiac disability as an industrial accident. Dr. Texon in the detailed presentation of 100 case reports analyzes every conceivable angle of the problem, which is stated in systematic fashion in a preliminary section. Aside from making intensely interesting reading, the book serves as a sort of "course" for the doctors who may be called on to render an opinion on the medicolegal aspects of trauma in relation to heart disease. Dr. Texon has made a most valuable contribution with his meticulous studies and the penetrating and skillful way in which he summarized his conclusions in each case.
Heart Disease and Industry: With Particular Reference to Workmen's Compensation Cases. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1955;95(5):761. doi:10.1001/archinte.1955.00250110131016
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