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December 20, 1924

Kystoskopischer Atlas.

JAMA. 1924;83(25):2043. doi:10.1001/jama.1924.02660250081040

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Wassidlo has provided the student an opportunity to study the various common and unusual examples of pathologic conditions in the bladder as seen through the cystoscope. The more usual conditions are shown in many illustrations and serve as examples of accuracy and beauty. For class work demonstrations and so-called dry clinics the instructor can make use of them with possibly better result than having the actual patient before the class. The beginner in cystocopy may study here the whole gamut of pathologic changes in the bladder. The text serves in a short concise but thorough manner to explain the illustrations. The plates illustrative of syphilis of the bladder, of fistula of the urachus and of Bilharzia are excellent. The illustrations of bladder carcinoma of various types and in various stages deserve special mention among many others which make this atlas stand out as a work of art as well as

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