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Dr. Karsner's comprehensive and conservative text on human pathology is a worthy successor to the preceding editions and maintains all their good qualities. The book has been extensively revised. Two new chapters, one on diseases of the eye and the other on diseases of the skin, make valuable additions to the volume. Several hundred references and illustrations have been added, and a considerable portion of several chapters has been rewritten. The revisions of the subject material are a conservative evaluation of the developments in pathology which have occurred since the publication of the preceding edition. The publication of a new edition of this standard work on human pathology is timely, and the volume can be recommended both as a textbook for the student and a reference book for the physician.
Human Pathology. JAMA. 1950;142(9):688. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910270078039
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