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Trends in clinical pathology : essays in honour of Gordon Signy.

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London : Published for the Association of Clinical Pathologists by the British Medical Association, [1969]

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xi, 352 pages, 3 unnumbered leaves of plates : illustrations (some color), portrait ; 25 cm

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Includes bibliographic references and index


Thirty years of haemostasis, by R. Biggs.--On the contribution of the clinical haematologist to medicine in general, by E.K. Blackburn.--Chemical pathology and paediatrics, by B. Clayton.--Some aspects of research in artherosclerosis and ischaemic heart disease, by T. Crawford.--Haematology and its organization, by J.V. Dacie.--Progress in medical virology, by J.A. Dudgeon.--The impact of antibiotics on medical bacteriology, by L.P. Garrod.--Thrust and follow through, by H. Lehmann.--The validation of fibrin, and its significance in the story of hyalin, by A.C. Lendrum.--Chemical pathology at the crossroads, by N.F. Maclagan.--Molecular defence, by N.H. Martin.--Reflections of an expatriate researcher on emergent pathology, by R.J.V. Pulvertaft.--Transition in forensic medicine, by K. Simpson.--Twenty-five years of cervical cytology, by A.I. Spriggs.--The changing outlook on some members of the family Enterobacteriaceae, by J. Taylor.--Taking stock in blood transfusion, by G.H. Tovey.--The use of automation and computers in the clinical laboratory, by T.P. Whitehead.--Medical microbiology: progress and stagnation, by R.E.O. Williams.--How the Journal came about, by S.C. Dyke.



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