The Biology of the Blood-Cells presents a critical review of relationships between changes in the blood-forming organs and the blood picture. The book discusses the minute morphology of various blood-cells; the fundamental basis of hemopoiesis of human; and the purpose of the bone marrow as a red-cell factory. Some of the topics covered in the text are the structures of lymphocytes; the production and functions of neutrophile leucocyte; and the chemical characters of cells. The description of megakaryocyte; the proliferation of cells in the bone marrow; and the metaplastic and allied changes in the bone-marrow are also covered. The book further discusses the development of erythroblast cells; the characteristics of erythrocytes; and the description of reticular substance. The text then looks into the changes in the hemoglobin content and the comparative morphology of the red cells. A chapter is devoted to the metaplastic, metahyperplastic, and aplastic phenomena of erythropoiesis. The book can provide useful information to hematologists, doctors, students, and researchers.6th Edition, Reprint, 14th Thousand, over 1000 pages. ... M.D., D.Sc. JAMES CALVERT, B.A., B.Sc., M.D. HARRY CAMPBELL, M.D., F.R.C.P. CHARLES W. CATHCART, M.A., F.R.C.S. G. CLARK CATHCART, M.A., M.D., C.M. ARTHUR HENRYanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Biology of the Blood-Cells|
|Author||:||O. C. Gruner|
|Publisher||:||Butterworth-Heinemann - 2013-10-02|