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The fact that in so short a period of time this work has run through seven editions in England, and six editions in America is ample evidence of its value and of its popularity. The practitioner and the student alike have found in it the latest and most reliable expressions of pathological research. While the former editions are too well known to require minute description, it should be stated with reference to this last, that it has been so far re-written, as to include the latest accepted views and the latest investigations in the several departments of pathological study. Thus the chapters on Inflammation, Fatty Degeneration, and Vegetable Parasites, have been essentially recast, and will, we think, be found accurate up to date.
The Genesis of Cells; the Etiology of Disease; the Arrest of Nutrition; the Various Forms of Degeneration; the whole subject of Tumors; Carcinomata; the Blood; Inflammation; Fevers
An Introduction to Pathology and Morbid Anatomy. JAMA. 1889;XIII(22):793–794. doi:10.1001/jama.1889.02401180035012
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