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This edition of a classical textbook for the German student of pathology presents relatively few changes in the arrangement of the older editions, the first of which appeared almost 30 years ago, but much new material has been added. The illustrations, which represent an important and useful documentation of the material, are mostly drawings, many new, some in black and white and many in color. They are well chosen, technically excellent and in many ways more instructive than photomicrographs. They may be of value to the American student. The text emphasizes histological change but also considers gross anatomic alterations, pathogenesis and some symptomatology. The material is presented in chapters covering the different organs, with a final chapter dealing with tumors. The viewpoint of the present text does not depart much from that of 30 years ago, and modern thoughts in pathology find relatively little consideration. The rather complete information given
Pathologische Histologie: Ein Unterrichtskurs für Studierende und Ärzte. JAMA. 1951;145(4):271–272. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.02920220079036
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