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Original publications in the medical sciences are important for advancement, but didactic textbooks have their place in the literature. This book is of the latter type. The author lists the methods of sending specimens to a laboratory and emphasizes the necessity of sterile containers whenever a bacteriologic examination is desired. The second chapter outlines the average normal laboratory results and some of the characteristic conditions found with definite clinical entities. Much space is consumed with tables of the usual laboratory results.
Indicaciones e interpretación de los analisis clinicos. JAMA. 1932;98(18):1591. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02730440071037
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