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Professor Kooi's book follows the pattern familiar to us from earlier texts, such as Kiloh and Osselton. There is an introductory section (by Dr. Basman) on electrical matters, followed by the electroclinical bulk of the book by Professor Kooi himself.
This is clearly a work based on years of experience. It is most lucidly written. Even the most jaded of "eyeball-scanners" are likely to find more fresh insights than points of disagreement. The book may also be recommended as a valuable adjunct for beginners.
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