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The material covered by this book has been chosen rather arbitrarily, as has also been the case in the method selected for each test. For instance, a method is given for determination of blood sugar, but none is included for any determination of blood protein. Only one counting chamber is described and that is not to be found universally. While fourteen pages are devoted to blood counting, no mention is made of the simple theory pertaining thereto. The material which is presented is given clearly although verbosely. Not a few of the many illustrations are valueless though technically good. The book should serve best medical students with a limited premedical and preclinical training.
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