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Physicians are often bewildered by the tremendous current expansion of knowledge and by what means they should use to keep abreast of developments. Many publications are designed to keep the physician informed of new developments, and Progress in Clinical Pathology is an example of such attempts. This book is the second of a series primarily directed to the clinical pathologist and laboratory scientist.
The second volume consists of ten chapters, each dealing with a specific topic in relative depth. Toxicology, diagnostic virology, leukocyte and platelet immunology, blood transfusion, syphilic serology, malabsorption, hemoglobinopathies, blood gases, and pregnancy tests are discussed. Each
Progress in Clinical Pathology. A Review of Significant Advances in the Field of Clinical Pathology.. Ann Intern Med. 1970;73:879–880. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-73-5-879_4
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