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This manual of laboratory methods should be of value to the medical practitioner, as well as to the laboratory technician, because of its style of presentation, which, though concise, gives minute details of even simple procedures. The book consists of twelve chapters, the first five of which deal with the blood, its examination, differential diagnosis of blood dyscrasias, parasitology and bacteriology of the blood, immunology and blood chemistry. An appendix gives an efficient method for examining a large number of urine specimens in a hospital laboratory. This portion of the book also takes up the preparation of normal solutions, the
A Manual of Clinical Laboratory Methods.. Ann Intern Med. 1932;5:946. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-5-7-946_2
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