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This book is designed to correlate the established facts of biochemistry with the ordinary diagnostic problems of internal medicine. It is not a laboratory manual and accordingly is not concerned with the details of laboratory procedures. Rather it aims to give the clinician a clear understanding of the significance of the results of laboratory investigations within the field of biochemistry and related sciences. Eight chapters are devoted to consideration of the clinical aspects of fundamental metabolic processes in health and disease. Then follow ten chapters dealing with more highly specialized functions and the biochemical aspects of certain disease states. The
Biochemistry in Internal Medicine.. Ann Intern Med. 1932;6:297–298. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-2-297_3
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