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Like G. B. Morgagni and his famous treatise, Prof. Dible has not rushed into print with his thoughts about the pathological changes in gangrenous legs, which he says began when he was a medical student over 50 years ago. Also like Morgagni, he has carefully studied a large group of cases, in this instance patients with amputated extremities, thought about them, and was finally persuaded to write them up. His method was careful dissection, aided by postoperative angiograms and multiple histologic sections. One should not look in this work for electron micrographs or involved histochemistry. Rather, one is brought to
The Pathology of Limb Ischaemia.. Ann Intern Med. 1967;67:1124–1125. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-67-5-1124_2
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