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These three heavy volumes (together they weigh more than 15 pounds) are said to represent half a century of labor and research. Professor Letulle completed the manuscript a few weeks before his death and in his will expressed the wish that his son, Raymond Letulle, and his collaborator, E.-P. Normand, attend to its publication. Volume I is a revision and enlargement of the "Anatomie pathologique, Tome I," published by Letulle and Nattan-Larrier in 1914. About half of this volume deals with general pathology. Pages 1 to 88 contain a discussion of inflammation, under which are included degenerations, necrosis, atrophy and other conditions as parts of the inflammatory process. The following 235 pages are devoted to tumors, the classification of which is somewhat more detailed and elaborate than that found in American textbooks of pathology. Special pathology occupies the last half of volume I and the whole of volumes II and
Anatomie pathologique. JAMA. 1931;97(22):1647. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730220069039
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