Fungal - the book may be divided into three sections, the first relating to the origin of disease in general, the second taking up the changes observed by the author in his cases in the various organs, and the third relating to the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment The book opens with an introductory chapter in which the autlior comments on the present classification of disease in general.
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