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October 14, 1933

Précis d'anatomie pathologique.

JAMA. 1933;101(16):1259-1260. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740410061030

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In the past century, few authoritative textbooks or treatises on pathologic anatomy have been published or edited by French authors. The modern student of this subject has been compelled to consult books written in German or English. The present work therefore marks a noteworthy contribution to French medical publications. Professor Roussy, who has been head of the department of pathology in the University of Paris since 1910, and his assistants, have collaborated to produce one of the best treatises on pathologic anatomy published in any language. The two volumes are divided into eight sections. The first two sections consider the fundamental lesions of tissues of human beings and the circulatory disturbances. The third and fourth sections deal with inflammation in general and the inflammatory conditions in the special organs. The last four sections are concerned with the general and special details of new growths. The attempt to include all diseases

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