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This is a remarkable book, remarkable at once for its good qualities and its minor drawbacks. It is organized by hematologic diagnoses into chapters on the anemias, polycythemia, erythremic myelosis, porphyria, the lymphoproliferative disorders, sarcoid, myeloma, the reticuloses, myelosclerosis, and hemochromatosis. Under the specific hematologic diseases one finds a truly exhaustive listing of neurologic symptoms and signs that occur in the disease being considered. One of the defects in the presentation of these data is the relative lack of emphasis on the common, important, or even integral neurologic aspects of the disease, to contrast with the minor, possibly chance, infrequent,
Neurological Symptoms in Blood Diseases.. Ann Intern Med. ;79:147–148. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-79-1-147_3
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1973;79(1):147-148.
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