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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Perhaps the most important advance in respiratory physiology during the past decade is the discovery of the role of surface phenomena. This has been in large measure the result of pioneer work by Pattle, in England, and Clements, in the United States. The following is a simplified and brief review of present knowledge of surface tension, as it relates to normal and abnormal pulmonary function.
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