Sir William Osler was the preeminent internist of his time, who also worked as a pathologist for a considerable period during his career. Between 1876 and 1889, he performed nearly 1000 autopsies in Montreal, Quebec, and Philadelphia, Pa. Many authors concluded that Osler stopped performing autopsies once he moved to Baltimore, Md, because the autopsy… (More)
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