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This outstanding book is divided into two sections. The first, Biology and Pathology of Brain Tumors, is by Zülch and occupies the greater part of the volume. The second deals with the pathology of intracranial hemorrhage; it is only 30 pages long and is by Christensen. The first section is representative of German medical writing at its best. It is typical of the scientific work that was expected of German authors over 25 years ago but of which we have seen so little in more recent years. This volume is a classic and will undoubtedly be the standard reference work on this subject for many years to come. The literature on the subject from the entire world has been carefully and intelligently reviewed. The work and opinions of all investigators worthy of consideration have been presented. The author has stated his own opinion and his reasons for differing with the
Pathologische Anatomie der raumbeengenden intrakraniellen Prozesse. JAMA. 1956;162(10):1017. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970270077032
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