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As Professor Krumbhaar points out in the foreword of this handbook, the Departments of Pathology of our medical schools lack a manual of experimental pathology. Every Department of Physiology, Physiological Chemistry, and Pharmacology has its laboratory manual, a manual that has been devised to meet the requirements and facilities of that department. Many of these laboratory guides follow the procedure of experiments mapped out by Sherrington in Mammalian Physiology, Stewart in Manual of Physiology, Jackson in Experimental Pharmacology, Mathews in Physiological Chemistry, Hawk in Practical Physiological Chemistry, and others. In A Handbook of Experimental Pathology, Drs. Wagoner and Custer have
A Handbook of Experimental Pathology.. Ann Intern Med. 1933;6:1512–1513. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-6-11-1512_3
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