Provides information on laboratory diagnosis and management through specific measurements and examinations. Focusing on medical problem solving, this book examines such topics as clinical chemistry, medical microscopy, haematology, and coagulation, immunology and immunopathology.Schematic diagram of a thyroid cell outlining formation and release of T4 and T3. formed, whereas when one DIT residue couples with one MIT residue, ... The remainder of T4 is deiodinated to 3, 3/, 5a#39;-triiodo- thyronine (reverse T3 or rT3) (Fig .
|Title||:||Clinical Diagnosis & Management by Laboratory Methods|
|Author||:||John Bernard Henry|
|Publisher||:||W.B. Saunders Company - 1991|