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Journal of Clinical Pathology
This excellent short book has an entertaining way of presenting a wide range of problems in blood banking. Its chapters cover processing of donor blood, tests on prospective recipients, antibody identification, blood component inventories, transfusion reactions, prenatal and neonatal testing, Rh immunoglobulin, diagnosis of HDN, and selection of blood for exchange transfusion. The only omission seems to be autoimmune haemolysis. Each section provides a surprising amount of information: a shortdoi:10.1136/jcp.42.5.560-c fatcat:ew4r4ooajfcyniy4bcpkuskitm