Dr. Ray can be proud of the very excellent monograph on congenital hemolytic anemia. It is most complete and authoratative. Beginning with the history of the disease, it is followed through frequency, causal factors, inheritance, pathology, symptoms, differential diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. It is well illustrated by tables and drawings, and the photomicrographs of the blood cells and the roentgenograms are well chosen. Illustrative cases fill out the complete picture.
This book should be read in detail by all interested in hematology, as it applies to the hemolytic anemias.