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The publication of yet another book on clinical hematology might seem to require some justification, but the present one is intended to fill a need for which no other recent book even pretends to cater. The numerous atlases published at various times all have grave defects from the standpoint of the busy practitioner and the student. Many of them, such as Pappenheim's, contain so many illustrations that it is difficult for the non-specialist to make any practical use of them. More recent atlases give much space to the illustration of blood-pictures, but very little explanatory material. The present authors have tried to combine in one small volume the essential features of a textbook of hematology with an atlas, so that the practitioner will be able to find an
Clinical Atlas of Blood Diseases.. Ann Intern Med. 1930;3:1063–1064. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-3-10-1063_2
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