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This book has an orderly arrangement with well chosen divisions into chapters and subchapters. It is written in a cumbersome style, however, with involved sentences and lengthy chapter headings. This makes reading difficult. The illustrations are of good quality but there are not enough; marrow changes, particularly, are poorly illustrated. The sections on therapy are complete and up-to-date. References are numerous and indicate a careful survey of the literature. Author and subject indexes are separate and adequate. This volume has a completeness that will be attractive to students of hematology, particularly those who like the German textbook style.
Klinische Pathologie der Blutkrankheiten. JAMA. 1950;144(5):436. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02920050076050
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