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335 tional management. In addition, it mentions some of the extra-intestinal manifestations of IBD and therapy for them. Both historians and scientists campaign under the banner of objectivity in the academic search for truths. Their paths seldom cross-historians look back, scientists look in-but, in recent years, historians of science have begun to make(More)
The initial edition of this book was published in 1974, as one of the first textbooks that tried to teach modern biochemistry with a clinical perspective. The recently revised fifth edition continues to be one of the few textbooks in biochemistry that focuses primarily on clinical aspects of biochemistry and thus remains a useful book for health science(More)
193 lectures and serve to make this volume something more than four unconnected lectures on assorted topics in neuroscience. Volume 4 in Fidia's series of neuroscience award lectures again honors four leading researchers in the tradition of pioneering Italian neuroscientists. As in Volume 3, the grouping of lectures in this volume is somewhat uneven,(More)
also present new data or material. I found almost all of the papers rewarding, and several outstanding. Summaries of the mechanism of glucocorticoid action by Mendel and by Pratt complemented one another and produced an especially coherent, understandable picture. As a clinician, I found the epidemiological work reported by McCarty and DeSombre's report of(More)
53 therapy, modern research techniques, and mental health policy are all presented. (Many of these areas are changing at such a rapid rate that the second edition of the book may soon be in demand.) The book is well organized, topics of interest are easy to find and, with few exceptions, are logically placed. Another strength of the book is the(More)
The initial edition of this book was published in 1974, as one of the first textbooks that tried to teach modern biochemistry with a clinical perspective. The recently revised fifth edition continues to be one of the few textbooks in biochemistry that focuses primarily on clinical aspects of biochemistry and thus remains a useful book for health science(More)
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