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This volume, which is fourth of a series, comprises authoritative chapters dealing with determination of body fluid volumes by S. Chien and M. I. Gregersen, techniques of vascular perfusion by E. M. Renkin, the oxygen cathode by P. W. Davies, some physical techniques used in the study of external respiration by A. B. Otis, an introduction to flame photometry and a review of recentstudies by M. Margoshes, and ultrasound— analysis and experimental methods in biological research—by W. J. Fry and F. Dunn. The material is presented at a level suitable for graduate students or for professional research people who are entering a new field of investigation. Suitable diagrams, tables, and essential equations are presented and fully explained. The references listed at the end of each chapter are up to date and sufficiently numerous to serve the purpose. The authors and editor are to be congratulated upon their success in boiling
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