The spleen is dismissed with brevity in textbooks on pathology. Current medical literature fails to reveal a serious study of its histology, normal and pathologic.
In a close association with Professor Dr. Hans Eppinger and his co-workers in the von Noorden clinic during the past year, I had opportunity to study not only the microscopic material obtained from that clinic, but in addition, many specimens loaned by Banti and Weidenreich.
The second part of this paper will deal with a study of the duodenal contents in a series of nineteen cases with a view of presenting a relatively simple yet accurate method of measuring the pleochromie and urobilinocholie so characteristic of the above splenic pathology.
From Biermer's first definite and popular clinical conception of pernicious anemia in 1868 to Ehrlich's hematological studies in 1892, a host of workers contributed to the elucidation and confusion of this
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