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1901 The Lancet  
486 on the subject the simplest methods of chemical and microscopical examination of urine and the latest theories concerning routine treatment of the conditions found. He has certainly reduced the analysis and examination of urine to the simplest possible form, and he gives, perhaps, for the busy practitioner sufficient information. But the omission of certain methods and the details of a few highly accurate, though perhaps complicated, processes may in some instances lead to the loss of a
more » ... o the loss of a factor in diagnosis. At the end of the book is a series of excellent plates of urinary casts and crystalline deposits.
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