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August 1920


Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1920;26(2):258. doi:10.1001/archinte.1920.00100020127008

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The author presents this manual for several reasons, which, during his large experience in teaching clinical pathology, have become more and more evident to him. One of the chief reasons for this manual is to give a method whereby the brief half-hour talks by the instructor at the beginning of each period can be eliminated, thereby saving wasted effort on the part of the instructor and providing the student with more time to study and complete the work of each period. The laboratory work has been arranged on the basis of thirty-nine lessons, each lesson to occupy a two-hour period. The subject matter has been arranged in connection with each lesson under three headings, viz.; (1) Instructions to laboratory assistants, regarding material, reagents, etc. (2) Instructions to the student as to method and manner of reports, etc. (3) A set of questions based on the work done in the laboratory

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