It is probably not an exaggeration to say that no physicians have so many favourable opportunities for pathological observations as those connected with asylums. Post-mortem examinations are generally expected to be made on all patients who die in asylums. There are in most, if not in all the asylums, well-appointed mortuaries for conducting these examinations, and every facility is available for preparing and preserving morbid specimens and making microscopical and other observations. In some asylums special pathologists have been appointed.
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