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This little manual is essentially technical and will be valuable to the practitioner in his daily routine. It not only tells what to do, but how to do it, and what the findings mean. The clinical aspect of uranalysis is emphasized. Many chapters have been practically rewritten and new subjects have been introduced, such as the pentoses, Cammidge's reaction, methods of preserving and staining urinary sediments, and preparing sediments for bacteriologic examination. New chapters have been added on urethral shreds, vesicular sago-bodies, diabetes, and toxemias of pregnancy, and a concise account of the modern methods of functional renal diagnosis has been incorporated. Plates of the Vogel and indican color scales are inserted in the book.
Examination of the Urine. A Manual for Students and Practitioners. JAMA. 1910;LIV(18):1461. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550440041019
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