The Science of Laboratory Diagnosis
John Crocker, David Burnett
This fully revised and updated edition of The Science of Laboratory Diagnosis provides a concise description of all common laboratory tests available in medical practice with notes on their application, the accuracy of each test, the historical background to the adoption of various tests and their effectiveness in diagnosis.
Well illustrated, with clear headings, tables, flow charts and pathology slides, most in full colour
Provides an accessible reference book in which relevant information can be found easily
Page design facilitates rapid assimilation of principles and key facts
All the chapters have been updated and new material has been introduced to cover recently developed techniques, such as fluid-based cytology, telepathology and proteomics
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