TEXT BOOK OF COMPARATIVE GENERAL PATHOLOGY,
FOR PRACTITIONERS AND STUDENTS OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
by Kitt, Theodor, Cadbury, William Warder, Smith, Allen John,
The introduction of students of veterinary medicine to the study of pathology, because of the lack up to the present time of
a German text book of general pathology adapted to diseases of animals, has depended chiefly upon works written for the
practitioner of human medicine; As an introduction and foundation for appreciation of the practice of veterinary medicine, to be studied and put into application in the latter portions of the college curriculum, after completion of the courses in anatomy, physiology and the natural sciences, the student should be given a general idea of the meaning of disease, the aetiology of diseases, of the make-up of our medical knowledge and of the principles of classification, as well as a general familiarity with the alterations in structure and function met in disease. It is for this reason that lectures on general pathology are provided, introductory to the special applied branches of study.. The need of a work concisely comprehending such features has determined me to undertake the task of preparing a condensed outline of the fundamental facts of pathology
with special adaptations to the requirements of veterinarians.
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