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Much recent material has been incorporated in this edition. The aim of the book has been "to put in the hands of the student and practitioner a volume giving a concise and clear account of the diseases and diseased conditions of the blood and blood-forming organs, based on a large experience of them in clinical work and in the laboratory." The main interest in the book lies, therefore, in the histologic, pathologic and clinical aspects of the subject, the technical details of the chemical examination of the blood having been reduced to a minimum. The book is divided into five parts, methods of examination of the blood; the formed elements of the blood; diseases of the blood, bone-marrow and lymphoid tissues; the blood in special diseases, and diseases due to animal parasites. The subject matter is presented in a clear and concise manner. Of especial value is the rather full
The Blood: A Guide to Its Examination and to the Diagnosis and Treatment of Its Diseases. JAMA. 1925;85(3):217. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670030059038
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