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IN no department of Pathology has adIvancement been so marked as in that dealing with blood changes in various forms of disease, and none now offers a field that promises such abundant returns.
I have just received the following statement from one of the most prominent physicians, and probably one of the best known in this country, viz: “I must congratulate you upon the progress you have made in Microscopy, and sincerely hope you will follow it up to a, sooner or later, grand success."
Some of the simpler problems have already been flooded with light, but for further knowledge of the structure, functions and pathological changes in the blood, we must, to a great extent, rely upon clinical observation.
In numerous cases the condition of the blood in vivo is only satisfactorily explained in an autopsy, in which all the structures are systematically subjected to a scientific investigation. It is only after years of careful devotion to this study that its importance has dawned upon us, and the important part such a work must play in our knowledge of disease.
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