This is the Fourteenth Edition of Muir’s Textbook of Pathology, building upon the work of previous editions. It is different in a number of ways from previous editions, but we think it is similar enough to retain the traditional values of its predecessors.We trust we have produced a text that will be useful both to undergraduate medical students and to postgraduates who are interested in having a better understanding of disease upon which to base either their clinical practice or their research, or both.
This edition differs in the balance between general and systematic pathology from most earlier editions, with the general section being relatively shorter. This is deliberate; it is not meant to suggest that we think an understanding of the basic sciences is any less important to clinical practice than it used to be – quite the contrary. What we have tried to do is to focus on the most clinically relevant basic science and we have included some of that in the systematic chapters where its relevance is hopefully easier to appreciate.
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