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Rapidly appearing modern advances in pathologic methods require the issuing of new editions of standard texts at frequent intervals. The sixth edition of Mallory and Wright is extended by the inclusion of many such methods; for example, Lange's colloidal gold test, the complement fixation test for gonorrhea, and Bielschowsky's silver impregnation stain for nerve fibers. The authors do not attempt to give all the available methods, but merely such as have proved practical and efficient in their experience.
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