Pathology: The Evolution of a Specialty in American Medicine

@article{Rothstein1979PathologyTE,
  title={Pathology: The Evolution of a Specialty in American Medicine},
  author={W. Rothstein},
  journal={Medical Care},
  year={1979},
  volume={17},
  pages={975-988}
}
  • W. Rothstein
  • Published 1979
  • Medicine
  • Medical Care
  • The historical evolution of pathology as a full-time specialty in medicine is viewed as a response of pathologists to changes in the level and pattern of demand for their services. The development and decline of morphologic pathology, changes in academic pathology and the evolution of clinical pathology from a medical specialty to an industry with an extensive division of labor are all examined in this perspective. It is shown that pathology as a medical specialty is most successful within a… CONTINUE READING
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