2 edition of Clinical diagnosis by laboratory examinations. found in the catalog.
Clinical diagnosis by laboratory examinations.
John Albert Kolmer
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'a syllabus of laboratory examinations in clinical diagnosis'. critical evaluation of laboratory procedures in the study of the patient. edited by thomas hale ham. it is approx. by 8 with pages. the cover has light wear and little scuffing. the spine has a small tear at the Rating: % positive.
'a syllabus of laboratory examinations in clinical diagnosis book'. critical evaluation of laboratory procedures in the study of the patient. edited by thomas hale ham. department of medicine, harvard medical school. cambridge, massachusetts. harvard university press.
the book is Seller Rating: % positive. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kolmer, John Albert, Clinical diagnosis by laboratory examinations. New York, Appleton-Century-Crofts . Purchase Includes Practical Laboratory Diagnosis of Disease: Clinical Chemistry ebook and companion study tools.
Appendixes include. Outline of the differential diagnosis for selected abnormal clinical chemistry tests; The differential diagnosis of some of the most common clinical chemistry abnormalities encountered by pathology residents taking a night call. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kolmer, John A.
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Clinical Methods, now in its third edition, reviews the history and physical examination in depth. In addition, the book offers brief discussions of selected laboratory methods used in diagnosis. Compared with previous editions, this volume has undergone extensive revision both in Cited by: Safety for the laboratory employee, the patients, and the visitors are explained in detail.
With an emphasis on efficiency, accuracy, and professionalism, this book serves up the essential ingredients for a holistic approach to laboratory science that augments the diagnosis and treatment of all patients.5/5(3).
This is a revised edition of the Syllabus of Laboratory Examinations in Clinical Diagnosis previously edited by Thomas Hale Ham. It has been rewritten and enlarged by 33 contributors. The first edition was designed as a text for medical students taking a course in laboratory diagnosis.
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Their accomplishments form a "golden thread [that runs] throughout the history of the world, consecutive and continuous, the work of the best men in successive ages" (Moxon, quoted by William Osler).Cited by: Clinical Chemistry focuses on the laboratory diagnosis of the most common diseases by organ system and relates diagnostic testing to the pathophysiology of the diseases in development of the differential diagnosis.
The material in this book should also help students to be well-prepared for their respective licensing examinations and clinical. The major emphasis in this edition is on the clinical interpretation of laboratory examinations.
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Key points of historical, lab, and physical finding follow each pattern, and an illustration is often included.
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