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  • Biological stains. A handbook on the nature and uses of the dyes employed in the biological laboratory

    By H. J. Conn. Second edition. Cloth, 224 pages. The Commission on Standardization of Biological Stains, Geneva, N. Y

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p613
  • The nervous child

    By H. C. Cameron, M.A., M.D. (Cantab), F.R.C.P. (Lond.) Physician-in-charge of the Children's Dept., Guy's Hospital. Fourth Edition, Oxford Press

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p613
  • Outline of bacteriology

    By H. A. Bartels. Lecturer on bacteriology, School of Oral Hygiene, Columbia University. Cloth, 128 pages, 48 figures. W. A. Broder, New York

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p614
  • Fundamentals of pathology

    By Joseph Schroff, Assoc. Prof. Oral pathology, Columbia University. Cloth, 119 pages, 40 figures. W. A. Broder, New York

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p614
  • Memoranda of toxicology

    By M. Trufper, Consulting Toxicologist, Graduate School, Univ. of Penna. Second edition. Leather, 214 pages, P. Blakiston's Son & Co., Philadelphia

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p614
  • Diseases transmitted from animals to man

    By T. G. Hull, Chief Bacteriologist, Illinois Dept. Health, etc. Cloth, 350 pages, 29 illustrations. C. C. Thomas, Springfield, Ill

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p614
  • Recent advances in preventive medicine

    By J. F. C. Haslam. Assistant Director, Bureau of Hygiene and Tropical Diseases, etc. With a chapter on the vitamins, by S. J. Cowell, Professor of Dietetics, Univ. of London. Cloth, 328 pages, 30 illustrations. P. Blakiston's Son & Co., Philadelphia

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p615
  • Human helminthology. A manual for clinicians, sanitarians and medical zoologists

    By Ernest Carroll Faust, Ph.D. Professor of Parasitology in the College of Medicine of Tulane University, New Orleans, La. Octavo, 616 pages, illustrated with 297 engravings, cloth. Lea and Febiger, Philadelphia

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p615
  • Tularemia, history. Pathology, diagnosis and treatment

    By W. M. Simpson. Cloth, 162 pages, 53 figures, 2 colored plates. P. B. Hoeber, New York

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p615
  • Chronic (nontuberculous) arthritis

    By A. G. Timbrell Fisher M.C., F.R.C.S.(Eng.) Joint Lecturer on Operative Surgery, London School of Clinical Medicine. Cloth, 186 illustrations, pages 220. The Mamillan Company, New York, 1929

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p616
  • Principles and practice of electrocardiography

    By Carl J. Wigges, M.D. Professor of Physiology in the School of Medicine of Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. With 61 illustrations. Cloth, pages 226. The C. V. Mosby Company, St. Louis, 1929

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p616
  • The immunology of parasitic infections

    By William H. Tallaferro, Ph.D. Professor of Parasitology. The University of Chicago. Cloth, 414 pages. The Century Company, New York, London, 1929

    Published in issue: March 1930
    p616-617
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