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February 9, 1901

Manual of Pathology, Including Bacteriology, the Technic of Post-mortems, and Methods of Pathologic Research.

JAMA. 1901;XXXVI(6):394. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470060038018

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Including, as this book does, bacteriology, the technique of post-mortem examinations, methods of research in pathology, general and special pathology, it is quite self-evident that the 846 pages of which it consists can only give the most important facts of the subjects mentioned. We believe that the work is quite reliable as far as it goes. In some places the classification is somewhat peculiar, thus there is a separate chapter devoted to mucous membranes in the section on special pathology, and then we find that the different mucous membranes are considered again in connection with the organs of respiration and alimentary canal, etc. In the section on technic, there is a large number of illustrations which show the names of the manufacturers in large letters, so that this part of the book looks quite like an instrument catalogue. The type is large and clear; the paper is of a high

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