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Diabetes Mellitus: Theory and Prac[ill]

Arch Intern Med. 1984;144(10):1940. doi:10.1001/archinte.1984.04400010046007.
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Ellenberg and Rifkin have selec[ill] an outstanding group of internati[ill] researchers and clinicians, who [ill] vide the "state of the art" in the search and treatment of diabetes [ill] litus. They begin with an overview the physiology of glucose metabol and its relationship to insulin other hormones and cover in de receptor and postreceptor defects[ill]

The basic scientific review is lowed by the approach to the tr[ill] ment of diabetes mellitus and rela[ill] conditions associated with altered [ill] cose metabolism. While this boo[ill] aimed primarily at endocrinolog[ill] and physicians specializing in di[ill] tes, it is also an excellent refere[ill] source for scientists in diabetes search, primary care internists, P[ill] atricians, and specialists in fa[ill] medicine.

In summary, the text is one of most up-to-date, well-integrated t[ill] covering any subspecialty of medi[ill] to be published recently.

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