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This is an attempt to correlate all the important advances in hematology during the last eight years. This textbook has always enjoyed a merited popularity among those interested in hematology, and the revised edition has been anxiously awaited. The book has deviated little from its traditional method of presentation. Many of the colored plates illustrating morphologic variations of various types of blood cells, which were introduced for the first time in the last edition, are not found in this revision. This change will be deplored by those who have valued the excellent illustrations of the text. Among some of the features in the presentation is a critical review of the sedimentation reaction. Naegeli regards the advance made in this field as a noteworthy contribution to the scientific study of disease. He reviews the advances in morphology and embryology of blood cells from a blood biologic basis rather than from a
Blutkrankheiten und Blutdiagnostik: Lehrbuch der klinischen Hämatologie.. JAMA. 1931;97(5):344. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02730050052032
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