volume 269, issue 6969, P646 1957
DOI: 10.1016/s0140-6736(57)91113-3
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Abstract: Medicine and in Surgery, is at present frequently preparing for two and occasionally for three examinations at the same time. The studies for one examination clash, to some extent, with those for another, and under this influence, and that of the want of a practical character in many of the examinations, the student, towards the end of his career, when he ought to be making himself more and more familiar with disease at the bedside, frequently deserts the wards to be " erammed by the grinder." It.is extensivel…

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