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This edition has been increased by 288 pages and 213 photographs. The portions on the general pathological processes have been revised with greater emphasis on mechanisms and pathological aspects. A section on the systemic pathology of the organ or system discussed has been added at the beginning of each chapter. Wherever possible the subject material has a brief summary of the normal physiology; a discussion of specific and less specific deviations from the normal; a correlation, when possible, of morphology and physiology; and a discussion of tests by which altered physiological function can be discerned. The large content of text material is presented in 40 chapters, 7 of them devoted to general pathology as follows: orientation, the autopsy, congenital anomalies, degeneration, inflammations, physical disturbances, and tumors. The chapters on systemic pathology deal with the heart; vessels; upper respiratory system; larynx; lower respiratory system; thyroid; parathyroids; upper digestive system; esophagus; stomach;
Pathology. JAMA. 1959;170(13):1613–1614. doi:10.1001/jama.1959.03010130117043
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