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In reviewing the first edition (The Journal, July 22, 1922, p. 323) we recommended this as a useful guide and commented on the excellence of the illustrations, nearly all in colors. There are sixty-seven additional pages. Better illustrations replace many in the first edition, and thirty-seven are new. Except the last chapter, given to a consideration of tumors in general, the disease conditions are dealt with entirely by organs; in other words, it is "special pathology," and now a chapter is devoted to organs of internal secretion. Wherever advanced pathology is taught and proper book freedom prevails, some students who read German readily, it is hoped, will possess this work and promote the wholesome influence that is bound to follow its introduction to class rooms where various works are being assiduously consulted and compared.
Pathologische Histologie. Ein Unterrichtskurs für Studierende und Aerzte.. JAMA. 1926;87(6):433. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02680060057034
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