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October 5, 1935

Clinical Diagnosis by Laboratory Methods: A Working Manual of Clinical Pathology

JAMA. 1935;105(14):1142. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760400058031

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This volume has the same appearance as the previous edition and is about the same size. However, it has been thoroughly revised, with some rearrangement of material. An entirely new chapter on clinical chemistry has been made and the chapter on the blood rearranged. The material on blood chemistry that was formerly in the chapter on the blood is now in the chapter on clinical chemistry, and the discussion of blood parasites has been transferred to the chapter on animal parasites. The chapter on bacteriology has been enlarged by the addition of discussions of several organisms not found in previous editions. The new chapter on clinical chemistry includes such new material as methods for the determination of cholesterol, lecithin, blood chlorides, uric acid, cysteine and cystine, fibrinogen, calcium, phosphorus and iron. There is a simple test for carotenemia. The rose bengal test and the galactose tolerance test are in the

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