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No major changes are made in the revision of this guide for students beginning elementary general pathology. Accordingly, concepts expressed in previous editions are continued despite recent changes in generally accepted viewpoints. The material illustrates the histology of the three principal pathological processes: inflammation, degeneration (retrogressive changes), and tumors. The treatment is general, in the belief that, from this understanding, the histology of special pathological lesions can be understood. The photomicrographs are average in quality, and the drawings are good. It is doubtful that the book will be used to any extent by beginning students of pathology in this country.
Elementary Pathological Histology. JAMA. 1953;153(17):1596. doi:10.1001/jama.1953.02940340098039
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