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The Blood Picture and Its Clinical Significance (Including Tropical Diseases). A Guidebook on the Microscopy of Blood.

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By PROFESSOR SCHELLING VICTORDR. . , Physician-in-Chief, The First Medical University Clinic, Charité, Berlin. Translated and Edited by GRABVOHL R. B. H.. , M.D., Director of the Pasteur Institute of St. Louis and the Gradvohl School of Laboratory Technique, St. Louis, Mo. Seventh and Eighth Revised Editions. 408 pages, 44 illustrations and 4 color plates. The C. V. Mosby Company; , St. Louis: , 1929.. Price in cloth, $10.00.


Ann Intern Med. 1930;3(9):953-954. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-3-9-953_2
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This book is based upon the author's own practical experience. In its first edition, in 1912, it appealed primarily to physicians practicing in the tropics. In later editions it was enlarged and supplemented by numerous practical examples from the whole field of medicine. An understanding of the blood picture should no longer be a rare art, but rather a routine procedure, familiar to all physicians. It is not intended to replace the well-known manuals of hematology, but rather to supplement them, by simplifying existing methods, to the exclusion of all superfluous material, and to assist in our understanding of the

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