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May 1939

A Textbook of Hematology.

Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1939;63(5):1016. doi:10.1001/archinte.1939.00180220206022

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Abstract

The author has written this book with a dual purpose in mind: to present the subject of hematology to practicing physicians in a manner that is readable and also to present technics and data to those primarily interested in the study of disease by laboratory methods.

The volume is engagingly written and well illustrated with good colored plates, photomicrographs and charts. At the end are a well chosen bibliography and a comprehensive index. The entire book is constructed along workmanlike lines and is handsomely printed.

That the practicing physician will find it useful is self evident. The various clinical implications of modern hematology are well expressed, and the importance of the proper use of recently developed methods for studying and classifying the various disorders of the blood are explained in an interesting way. The laboratory worker—especially the student or teacher—also will like it. Technics, the fine points in differential diagnosis

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