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Medical Indexes

Bruce McGregor

and Harriet S. Meyer

Cross-references are valuable for terms that readers might seek in different alphabetic locations (last example from Thomas).cDNA. See under DNADNA dsDNA. See under DNAmtDNA. See under DNA DNA, 5, 300 310, 999 cDNA, 24, 356 dsDNA, 24 25, 356, 900 mtDNA, 660 DTH. See hypersensitivity reactions, type IVDTH skin test, 1010 1022, 1012f, 103110Cross-references are also used for synonyms: proaccelerin. See factor VStuart factor. See factor XT cell. See T lymphocyteIn the middle example, if Stuart factor were used in text concerning the history of factor X, a see also reference might be more appropriate: factor X, 410 425. See also Stuart factor

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