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Title: One year of clinical pathology
Authors: Captur, Victor
Keywords: Diagnosis, Laboratory
Blood -- Analysis
Feces -- Examination
Cerebrospinal fluid -- Examination
Liver function tests
Issue Date: 1949
Publisher: British Medical Students' Association. Malta Branch
Citation: Captur, V. (1949). One year of clinical pathology. Chest-piece, 1(3), 21-23.
Abstract: Mine was indeed a very low tide, when one year ago, through no fault of mine, I found myself in charge of the Clinical Laboratory at St Luke's Hospital. To be sure, it was at that time only a small room with a table, eight or nine reagent bottles, and some test-tubes. There was too, a very modern electric centrifuge, apparently without ball-bearings as the children in an adjacent ward mistook its noise for that of a jet-propelled aeroplane. Since then the small room has grown into a glorified ward laboratory.
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