by Richard R. Kudo, D. Sc., Professor of Zoology, the University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. Seven hundred seventy eight pages with 336 illustrations. Third edition, Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, Illinois, 1946
A modification of the M.I.F. (merthiolate-iodine-formaldehyde) technic (Sapero and Lawless, 1953) for identification of stool parasites is described. This technic, utilizing the principle of sedimentation, and referred to as the M.I.F.C. (merthiolate-iodine-formaldehyde-concentration) technic, showed improved diagnostic accuracy for stool protozoa and helminth eggs.