1915 Journal of the American Medical Association  
Electrocardiography Exemplified," for instance, is largely taken up with showing how clinical cardiograms may be interpreted in the light of duplicate tracings made on animals when the cardiac conditions are seen or are produced at the will of the experimenter. A certain tone of authority that is manifest is warranted, for of English writers, at least, on the newer phases of the diseases of the heart, there is none whose thorough work, much of it pioneer in character, ranks higher. In these
more » ... igher. In these lectures as in his other writings, Lewis presents his subject in a wonderfully clear and direct manner.
doi:10.1001/jama.1915.02580030066042 fatcat:yjdcwfaoefhjbc4r7gcfur7dbu