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February 4, 1911

Anemia.

JAMA. 1911;LVI(5):372. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560050058037

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Abstract

It is more than ten years since the first edition of this part of "Anemia" was published by Ehrlich and Lazarus. During this time hematology has made many advances, mostly along lines indicated or in harmony with the views expressed in the first edition, while in some details, matters now present a samewhat different aspect from the one they presented ten years ago.

The new edition has been prepared by Prof. A. Lazarus, Ehrlich's original cooperator, and Privat-Docent O. Naegeli. The book still represents Ehrlich's school and Ehrlich's views. The translator has succeeded well in securing a readable English form. Chapters 1 and 2, by A. Lazarus, contain introductory matters, such as clinical methods of the examination of the blood and the morphology of blood. The third chapter, by O. Naegeli, considers the white blood-corpuscles—the histology and classification, origin, granules and theories, and presents also the subjects of leukocytosis and

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