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October 9, 1948

Clinical Laboratory Methods and Diagnosis: A Textbook on Laboratory Procedures with Their Interpretation. Volume I; Volume II

JAMA. 1948;138(6):463. doi:10.1001/jama.1948.02900060067034

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This comprehensive textbook on laboratory procedures has now been increased to three volumes. The general purpose of the book has been to assemble and describe accepted laboratory procedures and the interpretation of these procedures in the light of diagnostic medicine. The book is a guide and a reference work that will be most useful to workers in laboratory and clinical medicine. New authors have been engaged especially for the rewriting of certain sections of the book, such as Dr. Oscar Felstenfeld for the chapter on bacteriology, Dr. Julius Elson for a new chapter on the technic of electrocardiography, Dr. J. J. Weinstein for a chapter on protein metabolism and parenteral protein hydrolysate and Dr. Afrania do Amaral of Brazil for an authoritative section on scorpionism and araneism. The section on the Rh factor supplies up to date knowledge relating to these important laboratory technics. A section has been included on

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