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The text-book of Mallory and Wright is designed as a guide to the making of postmortem examination and the subsequent histologic and bacteriologic investigations. The fourth edition has been carefully revised for the correction of errors and a few changes have been made. A few methods have been omitted and a number of new ones, which have stood the test of time and trial, have been added. Prominent among the added bacteriologic methods are those for the detection and differentiation of the typhoid bacillus, especially when occurring in the feces. Various methods for tissue-staining, as for the detection of glycogen, lime salts and the Spirochœta pallida have been introduced. The book is well illustrated and ought to prove of value to practitioners and students, as well as to the pathologists.
Pathologic Technic. JAMA. 1908;LI(24):2083. doi:10.1001/jama.1908.02540240071029
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