This textbook has enjoyed such general acceptance as an authority in its field for so many years that it is difficult for a reviewer to do more than call attention to a new edition.
As the editors point out, the present edition has been extensively revised and rewritten, in addition to which a considerable amount of new material has been added to encompass the newer methods for existing determinations where these represent an advantage in facility of performance and accuracy as well as a wealth of entirely new technics. The material is presented in a lucid manner, with an admirable degree of compromise between too little detail for the student and a burdensome amount for the expert. This text is confined in the main to technical procedures and normal values, the changes due to disease and their interpretation being considered in a separate book by Dr. Kolmer.
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