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That there is room for this work on Histology is shown by the fact that two editions have been exhausted since March, 1881. As the book has been before the public so favorably for the past four years it is scarcely necessary to enter into an extended notice of it; it is quite sufficient to say that the author has not allowed anything new, which may be of the least value to the student of histology, to escape his notice, nor has he failed to record it in his book. His style is perfectly clear, and it is almost sufficient to read its pages in order to fall thoroughly in love with the subject. Of the many illustrations there are some which would be greatly improved by better press work, and the paper might be improved upon; but considering the excellence of the book in its more important particulars, these
The Students' Manual of Histology. For the Use of Students, Practitioners and Microscopists. Third Edition. Entirely Rewritten; Greatly Enlarged; and Newly Illustrated. JAMA. 1885;IV(21):587. doi:10.1001/jama.1885.02390960027015
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