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This book gives a straightforward account of tumor pathology as understood at the present day. Its attitude in regard to all disputed and unsettled problems is safe and sane, and it gives as much information as is possible in the brief limit of the volume. The entire sum of our knowledge of tumor pathology is so great as to require many large volumes for its full presentation, as is demonstrated by the massive works of Borst and Wolff. For those wishing a concise, readable and thoroughly trustworthy discussion of tumors, Dr. Kettle's small treatise can be recommended without reservation. One entertaining misprint under Figure 71 shows a psammoma with many "lamented psammoma bodies."
The Pathology of Tumors. JAMA. 1916;LXVII(18):1321. doi:10.1001/jama.1916.02590180059035
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