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October 10, 1903

A Text-Book of Pathology.

JAMA. 1903;XLI(15):921. doi:10.1001/jama.1903.02490340029021

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Abstract

This work appeared first in September, 1898. The favor with which it has been received by the profession is well shown by the fact that it has reached its fourth edition in less than five years. In this fourth edition the most important changes and additions to be noted are found in the chapters on the bacterial diseases and immunity and allied processes. The enormous amount of work being done in this line throughout the world is constantly adding to our knowledge and makes frequent revision of text-books necessary. In this volume the above-mentioned subjects have been brought up to date, and the various theories of immunity, especially Ehrlich's side-chain theory, are clearly set forth. Mention is also found of the recent work of Reed and Carroll on yellow fever. Not the least important addition to be noticed is an appendix of about forty pages on pathologic technic. This includes

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