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The excellent standards set for the earlier fascicles of this atlas are altogether satisfied in this present work on tumors of the thymus gland.
Illustrative material and text have been wisely chosen in anticipation of the diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic problems that are to be expected in the practice of internal medicine, surgery and pathology.
The anatomic and histologic peculiarities of the thymus gland and its tumors are represented as well as the possible humoral forces that may exist between this little known gland and myasthenia gravis. Standing alone and as a member of the lymphatic system, the reaction of
Tumors of the Thymus Gland. Ann Intern Med. 1957;47:186. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-47-1-186_2
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