JEAN OLIVER, M.D.
One's conception of a pathologic differentiation may vary greatly depending on the implications found in the term "pathology". For those to whom the word suggests "morbid anatomy" a pathologic differentiation would seem adequate when it has accurately described structural differences between disease processes. It is this manner of differentiation which has been applied in great detail to the renal lesion in Bright's disease by pathologists, for their differentiations in this condition have consisted mainly in contrasting inflammatory processes in the glomeruli with degenerative changes in the tubules or sclerotic lesions in the arteries. In this way various types of the
OLIVER J. Pathologic Differentiations in Bright's Disease12. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:1069–1076. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-8-1069
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1933;6(8):1069-1076.
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