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This little pamphlet is the first of three sections dealing with the laboratory work of the general practitioner. In this portion, the general organization of a laboratory, the cost of equipment and maintenance, and many methods of examination (especially those dealing with the parasites and diseases of the skin and its appendages) are discussed. The illustrations are very good. The work should prove valuable both to the general practitioner, who may wish to install his own working laboratory, and to the laboratory worker, who may have occasion to give advice concerning the installation of hospital or other laboratories.
Le Laboratoire du Practicien. JAMA. 1912;LIX(8):673. doi:10.1001/jama.1912.04270080355035
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