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mon practice of referring to the book as “Henry's.” Clinical. Diagnosis has been and remains the Textbook of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, by. modern applications of chemistry to clinical work appears to me to justify . desirable to treat clinical chemical pathology as a sepltrate By HENRY JnLLEIT. Article · Info & Metrics · PDF The current editor, Dr. John Bernard Henry, joined Dr. Davidsohn in and has now overseen seven editions of the book.
He is ably assisted in the latest edition by 6 associate editors and 88 other contributors, many of whom are recognized experts in their respective fields.
Although several textbooks are available for the individual components that comprise laboratory medicine, this book undertakes the daunting task of covering the whole discipline.
The objectives are delineated in the foreword and indicate that the goal of the book is to serve as a resource of scientific information in virtually all aspects of laboratory medicine.
In this, endeavor, it succeeds admirably. There are seven sections. The first provides an overview of the organization and management of laboratories, covering instrumentation, automation, informatics, and quality assurance. Concise diagrams, tables, photographs, and relevant Internet addresses facilitate comprehension of Part 1. Each major discipline receives its own section: Sixteen chapters are new to this edition, with particular emphasis on germane topics that reflect recent biomedical progress.
This section is augmented by new chapters on PCR, hybridization arrays, and cytogenetics: Updates are not confined to the new chapters. The section on myocardial infarction adequately covers the troponins in the available space, and the recently described use of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in identifying individuals at risk for cardiovascular events is mentioned briefly. Flow cytometry is comprehensively addressed and illustrated with several clear examples.
A diverse array of topics is included, ranging from physician office laboratories and point-of-care testing to state-of-the-art issues on HLA testing, molecular testing of infectious disease and neoplasia, Ras signal transduction pathways, and the role of allele frequencies in population screening for genetic testing. Even ethical issues related to genetic testing, an important but often neglected aspect of the Human Genome Project, receive comment.
Obviously with an undertaking of this magnitude, there will be some omissions and errors. The correct definition of gestational mellitus is any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or first recognition during pregnancy. Similarly, it is erroneously stated in Chapter 11 that insulin stimulates glucose uptake in the liver; this is not correct. In addition, the quantity and quality of the references are highly variable among chapters. Although cost constraints must be considered and the color plates are valuable, many of the figures would be considerably enhanced by the use of red or blue color.
While the original purpose of this book- to present Clearly and concisely the various laboratory methods which are of use in clinical medicine- has not been lost Sight of, its scope has been somewhat enlarged in the present edition.
Each section has been carefully revised and much new Material has been added to every chapter. Among the many additions may be mentioned: Because of the growing importance of animal parasites, this chapter has been entirely rewritten and more than Doubled in extent.
Two new chapters have been added: One upon bacteriologic methods, which supplements the Methods given in other portions of the book, and one upon preparation and use of vaccines, including therapeutic and diagnostic use of tuberculin. Todd, James Campbell, "Clinical Diagnosis: A Manual of Laboratory Methods" Historical Medical Books. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you.
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