Muir's Textbook of Pathology

By: Cappell, D.F

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London: Edward Arnold, 1960. Publishers original red cloth with gilt lettering to spine. White endpapers, no inscriptions, bookshops stamp to front endpaper. 1201pp including index, profusely illustrated throughout text with b/w photographs, pages clean and bright in firm binding. This book is intended primarily as a textbook for students of medicine. It is based on the course of instruction, which the Muir has given in Glasgow University, and various expansions and additions have been made, with a view to rendering it more generally useful. The subject of Pathology has now become so extensive that in a book of this size, selections of subjects were essential for any satisfactory treatment. The subject matter thus falls into two main portions corresponding roughly with General and Special Pathology, though these terms are not used, as it seems inadvisable, in a book of this nature, to draw any sharp distinction. In conformity with then usual practice nowadays, Systematic Bacteriology has been omitted, as have also the subjects of Diseases of the Special Senses and of the Skin, Tropical Diseases, Parasitology and Teratology, as these can be satisfactorily treated only by specialists in separate works. Please Note: this book weighs 2.2kg unpacked, so extra postage will be required.. Hard Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 8vo.

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