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February 4, 1933

A Handbook of Experimental Pathology.

JAMA. 1933;100(5):362. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740050058034

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Abstract

This handbook should be of value to all teachers and students of pathology who strive to correlate functional and structural aspects by the aid of experimental methods. The book will appeal especially to those who wish to observe structural changes in diseased tissues in the early stages, rather than in the end-stages ordinarily seen at the postmortem table. The authors have devised or assembled experiments designed "to demonstrate the more important problems in general and special pathology." Definite directions for each type of experiment are given and brief comments or questions are added to aid the student in observing and analyzing the results obtained. References to the original articles are also of service. The portion of the book describing surgical technic, the care and feeding of experimental animals, types of anesthesia, tables of normal blood values and chemical examination of the blood is excellent. The authors are to be commended

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