Answered By: Kathryn Park
Last Updated: Jun 04, 2019     Views: 80

You should always try a specific term like cardiomyopathy first when searching OneSearch, but we may not have an entire book on the topic. If you try a very specific term term like cardiomyopathy and don't retrieve anything, try a broader topic like heart disease.

Books about heart disease will probably have information about cardiomyopathy, possibly even entire chapters. To determine this you will have to check the books themselves. Check the pagele of Contents and Index for cardiomyopathy.

We actually have more eBooks than books and they could be a good source. The will appear on your list when you search as well. If you don't have to us a book, we have plenty of articles on cardiomyopathy.

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