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The revision of this book brings it abreast of the time, as far as this can be done with a standard textbook. Most notable additions are the new section on hematopoiesis and the methods for the Bodansky determination of phosphate and phosphatase, the Power and Wakefield sulfate method, the hippuric acid test and serum lipase, ascorbic acid and sulfanilamide determinations. As it has always been, this book is a fine textbook for laboratory technicians and should be included in every laboratory no matter how small that laboratory may be.
Clinical Diagnosis by Laboratory Methods: A Working Manual of Clinical Pathology. JAMA. 1940;114(10):917. doi:10.1001/jama.1940.02810100083045
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