The organism has become, in the words already borrowed from Virchow, "a sum of vital unities."
A place in pathology was first assured to them by Virchow's discovery of leukæmia.
Be that as it may, however, our present concern lies not with these matters, but with Virchow the pathologist and teacher.
Virchow, I fancy, and Nikola Tesla made some suggestive remarks.
And Virchow's first step, according to the principles he now declares, must be a motion to abrogate this paragraph.
Professor Virchow is, I doubt not, an accomplished English scholar.
This would be in accordance with the opinion of Virchow, who looks upon the negro as the descendant of the Pygmy.
Virchow came to Munich only on the 20th, and delivered his speech on the 22d.
The municipal hospitals are six in number, the largest of which is the Virchow hospital, situate in Moabit and opened in 1906.
The most interesting interview that I had with any of my professors was with Virchow.
Virchow Vir·chow (vēr'kō, fēr'KHō), Rudolf. 1821-1902.
German physician and pathologist known for his contributions to cell theory and the study of disease.