Alphabetic List of Diseases and Conditions, with Recommendations for Case-Specific Autopsy Procedures

  • Jurgen Ludwig
  • Vernard I. Adams
  • William D. Edwards
  • Caterina Giannini
  • Brenda L. Waters


Some general remarks about objectives for the preparation of Part II can be found in the preface of this third edition. The following paragraphs explain the format in which diseases and conditions are listed in Part II.


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jurgen Ludwig
  • Vernard I. Adams
  • William D. Edwards
  • Caterina Giannini
  • Brenda L. Waters

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