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Designed as a student text, this book presents as one of its outstanding merits, the orderly arrangement of a voluminous amount of factual information compiled with "little if any adornment." This arrangement, while distinctly advantageous, in a few instances precludes proper emphasis being given to anatomical lesions of importance in the clinical manifestations and course of a given disease process. Similarly, references to pathologic physiology are not elaborate.
Chapters on the evolution of pathology and the procedure and purposes of autopsy precede chapters which treat of the general aspects of congenital anomalies, degenerations, inflammation, physical disturbances and tumors. This pattern
Pathology.. Ann Intern Med. 1955;43:454. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-43-2-454_1
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