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This is a very extensive rewrite of "The Pathology of Internal Disease." In the preface Dr. Boyd states, "The re-writing has been done with the graduate rather than the undergraduate in mind, the physician or internist rather than the pathologist, the young rather than the old."
The book has a simple organization—it begins with Diseases of the Heart: "Of all the ailments which may blow out life's little candle, heart disease is the chief." It continues with the other organ systems, ending with The Internal Environment, which concludes: ". . . when all the natural frailties of our bodies are
Pathology for the Physician.. Ann Intern Med. 1959;50:242. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-50-1-242_1
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