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The subject matter in part I of this book is arranged by systems. For example, chapter II is entitled "Disorders of the Kidney and Urinary Tract with Especial Reference to Nephritis"; chapter III, "Disorders of Carbohydrate, Protein and Fat Metabolism with Especial Reference to Diabetes Mellitus, and Disturbances of Acid-Base Equilibrium"; chapter IV, "Pregnancy and Its Complications"; chapter VIII, "Hematology," and so on. The general heading of part II is "Laboratory Methods," and section I in this part of the book is entitled "Use and Calibration of Apparatus"; section II, "Preparation of Standard Solutions"; section III, "Chemistry and Microscopy of the Urine"; section IV, "Blood Chemistry," and so on. This edition has been thoroughly revised. Among the additions are the technic and interpretation of the blood urea clearance test, insulin coefficient, the blood bromide determination, the Friedman test, the galactose tolerance test, the Paul and Bunnell test for heterophile antibodies,
A Textbook of Laboratory Diagnosis with Clinical Applications for Practitioners and Students. JAMA. 1935;105(14):1142. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760400058029
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