To those who have been closely identified with the field of diseases of the blood it is unnecessary to state that during the past decade there has been at least as much progress in the field of hematology as in any other aspect of internal medicine. Important contributions from both a clinical and a scientific standpoint have been made in recent years from almost every country in the world. As a result, a voluminous literature bearing on the subject has accumulated which makes a complete review impossible. We have attempted, therefore, to select only those articles which have the most important bearing on the recent advances in the subject. Doubtless some valuable papers have been unintentionally omitted, and for these omissions we extend our apologies.
Although the primary purpose of this review is to consider the work of the past year in hematology, a number of fundamental articles published prior
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