1921
Volume 11, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

Only four years have elapsed since publication of the third edition of Anderson's , but the rapid accretion of knowledge and the change from the traditional morphological to the modern multidisciplinary view of pathology make this new edition welcome, and reflect themselves in the changes which have occurred in the text.

New chapters on “Hypersensitivity diseases” and “Mesenchymal tumors” have been added, while many old chapters have been extensively rewritten: In Dr. Klemperer's introduction, this has resulted in a distillation of wisdom; in most other sections material has been added. Major improvements have occurred in the coverage of disturbances of body water and electrolytes by T. M. Scotti, in the description of dental, oral and salivary pathology by P. E. Boyle and R. J. Gorlin, particularly the section on tumors, and in the revised chapter on liver disease by H. A. Edmonson and the Editor.Drs. A. T. Hertig and H. Gore have supplied a new classification of ovarian tumors.

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