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This booklet is a digest of the subject of the suspension stability of blood, based on about 670 articles, which appeared in the medical journals from 1927 to 1931. The nature of the material precludes the possibility of giving a summary of the conclusions, but the extent of the treatment of the subject matter may be seen from the chapter titles. A comprehensive review of the articles is grouped under the headings of fundamentals and theory of the sedimentation reaction, technic and errors, normals, effect of external forces, the condition found when tumors are present, echinococcus infestation, diseases of the circulatory system, blood diseases, infections, tuberculosis, diseases of the gastro-intestinal tract, liver and gallbladder, miscellaneous diseases, and neurologic, psychiatric, obstetric, gynecologic, surgical, urologic, neuromuscular, ophthalmologic, laryngologic, rhinologic, otologic and dermatologic cases. There is a section on the relationship of the sedimentation reaction to other blood reactions, and reviews of articles
Die Blutkörperchensenkung: Erfahrungen und Bericht über die Literatur der letzten drei Jahre. JAMA. 1932;99(6):499. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740580067036
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