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January 15, 1927

Anatomische Grundlagen wichtiger Krankheiten.

JAMA. 1927;88(3):196. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02680290058035

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Abstract

This edition is about twice the size of the first, which was published when Jores was at Cologne and was exhausted some years ago. The original plan of the work has been retained. It is essentially a work in "general pathology," written to assist in preparation for licensure examinations and also to sustain the interest of practicing physicians in pathology. Important diseases are considered in chapters with the usual captions of general pathology. For example, when hemorrhage as one of the disturbances of circulation is reviewed, there are accounts of menorrhagia, spontaneous rupture of the aorta, apoplexy and other diseases in which hemorrhage is the main process. The theoretical and abstract discussions of disease are replaced by accounts of the morphologic changes of the diseased human body, and not only the important lesions but also their sequences are presented as they are found and explained at postmortem examinations. This work

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