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A Guide to the Clinical Examination of the Blood for Diagnostic Purposes

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SINCE Hughes Bennett's observations on leuco-cythemia were recorded, great advances have been made in the methods of examining blood, and a certain limited number of physicians, appreciating the importance of the changes that take place in the blood as indicative of changes in the more fixed tissues, have laid considerable stress on the necessity of determining the exact constitution of the blood in certain forms of disease. With all this, however, the use of the various apparatus devised for such estimations have never come into general use.

A Guide to the Clinical Examination of the Blood for Diagnostic Purposes.

By Richard C. Cabot With coloured plates and engravings. Pp. xix + 405. (London, New York, and Bombay: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1897.)

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A Guide to the Clinical Examination of the Blood for Diagnostic Purposes. Nature 56, 100–101 (1897). https://doi.org/10.1038/056100a0

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