This book is a reprint of an article in Acta Medica Scandinavica, written by Dr. Anton Jervell, first assistant in Professor Müller's clinic in Oslo. Electrocardiographic-minded physicians will appreciate it.
In brief, Jervell describes the electrocardiographic findings which he observed in a series of sixty-five patients with coronary thrombosis, thirty-six of whom were followed up to section. The book is attractively arranged; the reports of the cases are short and to the point, and the illustrations, which comprise tracings and diagrams of the heart, are admirably clear. A bibliography of two hundred and seventy-two references to the recent literature on coronary thrombosis concludes the volume. On the whole, this monograph represents excellent workmanship and is an admirable contribution to the subject of cardiovascular disease.