DICTION AND ABBREVIATION IN MEDICAL WRITING

As a matter of fact, pathology is a science, not a disease state of an organ

Marcus Ward Lyon

2011

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  • As a matter of fact, pathology is a science, not a disease state of an organ
  • I can see no special harm in using abbreviations indicated by the original language in which they occurred
  • To the Editor:—In looking over current medical literature one is impressed with the free use of abbreviations such as E
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