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December 1965

Signs and Symptoms (ed 4).

Arch Otolaryngol. 1965;82(6):667. doi:10.1001/archotol.1965.00760010669024

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Communications to this department may be sent directly to Jack D. Clemis, MD, 55 E Washington St, Chicago, Ill 60602.

For those unfamiliar with it, this book approaches diagnosis as does the physician, with the signs and symptoms with which the patient presents. Based on modern concepts of the preclinical medical sciences, anatomy, pathology, physiology, and biochemistry, the authors guide the reader to develop a systematic analytical approach to the diagnosis.

Thirty-one authorities have contributed to this 25-chapter text, and the material has been synthesized by the editor into one comprehensive volume. The material is factual and unusually well organized and illustrated, with each chapter headed by an outline and followed by a substantial bibliography.

For those who do know this book, the fourth edition has been expanded in quantity and quality. Some chapters have been updated in accordance with more recent advances in the medical sciences, and some have

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