sound knowledge of analytical methods and quality control practices, to
interpret the laboratory results, to distinguish the normal from the abnormal
and to understand the merits and demerits of the assays under study.
As new technologies explode in the diagnostic horizon, the complexity and
enormity of the test results will need novel approaches to laboratory practice
and will aid in the advent of precision medicine. This book aims at all
that and more as the fi eld of laboratory medicine grows and aids in the
diagnostics of human ailments.
Medicine, PART 5 Hemostasis and Thrombosis, PART 6 Immunology and
Immunopathology, PART 7 Medical Microbiology, PART 8 Molecular Pathology, PART 9 Molecular Pathology