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This is the first instalment of the first part of the second volume of the ninth and tenth edition, revised and enlarged, of Kaufmann's well known Pathologic Anatomy. The first volume, 991 pages, was published in 1931 and the second part of the second volume, which consists of the references (206 pages) for volume 1, was published in 1932. The remaining instalments of the book will appear shortly. According to the foreword the revision of the second volume was commenced by Kaufmann, who died in 1931, and is now in the course of completion by his successor in Göttingen and others. The aim is to preserve the original character of the work so far as possible. The number of illustrations, all black and white drawings in the instalment before us, will be increased and some of the old ones replaced by new. The present instalment deals with the diseases of
Lehrbuch der speziellen pathologischen Anatomoie für Studierende und Ärzte. JAMA. 1939;112(5):468. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800050082035
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