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April 4, 1914

Practical Pathology, Including Morbid Anatomy and PostMortem Technic.

JAMA. 1914;LXII(14):1115. doi:10.1001/jama.1914.02560390055036

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Abstract

The author states that it was his aim to supply in handy form the information required for practical work in relation to pathology. In this he has succeeded; short descriptions are given of the appearances in the more common morbid processes encountered in organs and tissues; at the same time these are correlated with the changes in the other organs and tissues of the body in the various diseases. The main points in the microscopic appearances are also given briefly, for the purpose, evidently, of reminding the student what to look for when he is examining his slides. In dealing with post-mortem technic and microscopic technic, the author gives one reliable method in each case. Hence the book is for the beginner and not the specialist. The medicolegal aspects of post-mortem work are also discussed. The general arrangement of the book is the same as that of other text-books. A

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