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Here is one more book on the blood groups and their applications in transfusion and otherwise. It is divided into the following chapters: the human blood groups; blood transfusion, with a section on indication and technic by Ernst Unger; blood groups in criminology; heredity in blood differences; the examination of biologic descent (parentage); the importance of the blood groups in certain problems of heredity; blood groups and anthropology; blood grouping in the animal kingdom. The book does not deal with the details of the technic of practical blood grouping; for technical instructions the reader is referred to the author's Die Technik der Blutgruppenuntersuchung, the second edition of which was published in 1929. Fortunately these two books are published in the same handy format by the same publisher. In the book now under review the section formed by pages 72 to 79, on the methods used in certain large cities to
Die Blutgruppen und ihre Anwendungsgebiete. JAMA. 1933;101(7):550–551. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740320060038
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