As the title indicates, this book is a clinical discussion of the subject of jaundice jaundice and retention jaundice. In keeping with the extensive recent literature on jaundice, and retention jaundice. In keeping with the extensive recent literature on various forms of infectious hepatitis, this subject is covered in considerable detail. A special chapter on jaundice of the neonatal period by Samuel Rapoport has been included. A final section on clinical and laboratory aids in differential diagnosis of jaundice is most useful. The latest laboratory methods are described in detail.
This book is a strictly up-to-date, practical, concise and reasonably complete discussion of a subject in which radical changes have occurred in recent years. It should prove valuable to specialists as well as general practitioners.