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Amplified portions dealing with etiology, experimental research, carcinoma and endothelioma and thirty-three new illustrations are in this edition. The ending "ata" has been retained for names of tumors, notwithstanding the increasingly prevalent use of English plurals. In the plain, but adequate, illustrations, great care has been displayed. The "special pathology" or distribution of tumors in special regions, occupying the final fourth of the work is very abbreviated in spots, merely a list or syllabus of what may happen. The work has already met approval as a manual.
The Pathology of Tumours.. JAMA. 1926;86(17):1311. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670430053034
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