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September 1, 1956

Clinical Laboratory Diagnosis

JAMA. 1956;162(1):80. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970180082035

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This book has now passed through sufficient editions to become familiar to those interested in laboratory medicine. It contains a wealth of material for the person in the laboratory as well as for the man in practice and provides a useful and practical source of reference on a host of subjects ranging from laboratory findings of special interest in relationship to the mouth to those in connection with the gastrointestinal tract and the kidneys. Also included is a great deal of information pertaining to metabolism, the blood, immunology and serology, cerebrospinal fluid, transudates and exudates, and the sputum. Those interested in general bacteriological skin tests and other biological examinations, laboratory methods in pediatric procedures, tropical diseases, milk and water analysis, histological techniques, and legal medicine and toxicology likewise will find much of practical importance. In addition to the two authors, there are five collaborators bringing special knowledge from their respective

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