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November 30, 1895

Urinalysis, including Blanks for Recording the Analysis and Microscopic Examinations of the Urine. For medical practitioners, life insurance examiners and specialists.

JAMA. 1895;XXV(22):967. doi:10.1001/jama.1895.02430480045019

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This book has 500 blanks for recording the results of examinations of urine, and by their use it is practicable for the physician to keep the record of an ordinary or of a minute examination, moreover it can be kept as a continuous record in long cases. The blanks are preceded by a valuable practical chapter on apparatus and reagents, and the description of the various tests. The book is indexed.

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