Surgical pathology in the era of the Civil War: the remarkable life and accomplishments of Joseph Janvier Woodward, MD.

@article{Rapkiewicz2005SurgicalPI,
  title={Surgical pathology in the era of the Civil War: the remarkable life and accomplishments of Joseph Janvier Woodward, MD.},
  author={Amy V. Rapkiewicz and Alan James Hawk and Adrienne Noe and David M. Berman},
  journal={Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={129 10},
  pages={1313-6}
}
Joseph Janvier Woodward was an assistant surgeon in the US Army during the Civil War, coauthored the definitive works on the mortality and morbidity of that war, attended at the autopsy of President Lincoln, and attended President Garfield after he was shot. He revolutionized the field of photomicroscopy and was one of the first pathologists to use aniline… CONTINUE READING