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This is an excellent new textbook of pathology written by Dr. W. A. D. Anderson and thirty-one distinguished collaborators. The organization of the text is conventional. However, the constant emphasis in relating the postmortem findings to antemortem clinical findings and disturbances of function makes the book of more interest than older ones. The effects of radiation and chemical injury; viral, fungus, protozoal and helminthic infections; diseases of the skin, and diseases of the skeletal system receive relatively more attention than in most books on pathology. The extensive bibliographies will be appreciated by graduate students and practitioners. The book has everything required to make it eminently satisfactory for both student and physician. It deserves a wide distribution.
Pathology. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1949;84(2):358. doi:10.1001/archinte.1949.00230020161013
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