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Handbook of Hematology.

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In 4 volumes. Vol. 3:. Edited by DOWNEY HAL. , Professor of Anatomy, Medical School, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Thirty-seven contributors. 3136 pages. 1448 illustrations, including 50 colored plates. Paul B. Hoeber, Inc. (Medical Book Department of Harper Brothers); , New York: . 1938; . Price, $85.00 set. Volume three, pages 1587.-2360.


Ann Intern Med. 1940;13(11):2181. doi:10.7326/0003-4819-13-11-2181_1
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The third volume of the Handbook of Hematology contains 13 sections, the contents of which are approximately equally divided between discussions of various hematological disease entities and morphological and pathological data concerning various parts of the hemolytopoietic system. Thus there are chapters on the spleen, hemolymph nodes, bone marrow, the myeloblasts and myeloid metaplasia as well as individual sections on classification of the anemias, aplastic anemia, pernicious anemia, chronic hereditary hemolytic jaundice, sickle cell anemia, and ovalocytosis. The scholarly approach to each subject, noted in previous volumes, is apparent here also. The voluminous bibliographies appended to each chapter are especially

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