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On the odd numbered pages of this book are concise statements of the technic of laboratory tests. The first section covers clinical pathologic methods. It is a revision of Pepper and Klaer's Manual on Clinical Pathology, which twelve years ago was revised by Pepper and Kolmer for use in the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. The second section covers bacteriologic methods, and the third section covers serologic methods. There are no illustrations and no discussions of the value of the tests in diagnosis and treatment. The book is a comprehensive collection of technical methods which will be especially convenient for physicians who are familiar with laboratory work.
Laboratory Diagnostic Methods. Pathological, Bacteriological, Serological and Chemical. A Manual for Physicians, Medical Students and Laboratory Technicians. JAMA. 1925;85(2):137. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670020054037
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