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September 20, 1913

A Course in Normal Histology.

JAMA. 1913;61(12):984. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350120074027

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Abstract

This work is published in two separate parts, or volumes. Part I is devoted to the laboratory phase of histology—a description of the microscope, its use and care and general microtechnic. Part II is devoted to the didactic part of histology. This part is divided into lessons, making it particularly suitable as a laboratory guide. The most commendable feature of the work, aside from the arrangement of the subject, are the many beautiful illustrations in black and white and in colors. There can be little original work in a text-book on histology. It is good or bad, depending on the number and value of the illustrations. This work leaves nothing to be wished for. The illstrations are splendid and the student of histology can do no better than to study the illustrations in this book if he would have a good working knowledge of histology. The text supplements the illustrations splendidly.

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