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Handbook of Obstetrical and Gynecological Data.

Jack W. Pearson, MC
Arch Intern Med. 1973;132(1):143. doi:10.1001/archinte.1973.03650070129037.
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This book represents an extensive and, I am sure, exhausting effort on the part of the author to put together a "pocketbook" of obstetric and gynecologic data. His sources of information are current and allow the busy house officer or practicing clinician to have a vast and valuable store of material at his fingertips. Since it is well annotated with pertinent references, the reader may review any aspect in depth.

For the modest investment involved and in face of our ever increasing requirements for knowledge of laboratory data, this book will be evident in hospitals, doctor's offices, and training programs throughout the country.

The only potential drawback of a publication such as this is the probability of annual obsolescence; one would hope that the author will have the patience and perseverance to revise it at appropriate intervals.

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