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This book is a thoroughly up-to-date presentation of hematology in both its scientific and its practical aspects. It is lucid and simple in its manner of presentation and yet comprehensive enough in its scope to meet demands of almost any physician who should be interested in the blood and blood-forming organs. It is adequately illustrated both in black and white and in colored plates. It is well organized and exceedingly well balanced. Each subject is concisely but adequately treated and the important phases of the subject are well outlined. The recent medical literature has been digested and assimilated and the reader will find a representative bibliography after each chapter. The chapter on anemias in infancy and childhood is particularly well done. Although it is a short chapter it is one of the most rational discussions of the subject that can be found in any textbook of hematology. It is highly
Disorders of the Blood: Diagnosis, Pathology, Treatment and Technique. JAMA. 1935;105(23):1939. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760490123030