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July 29, 1933

Manuel d'urétroscopie postérieure.

JAMA. 1933;101(5):396. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740300064050

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This manual of posterior urethroscopy is like several others on the same subject, especially those emanating from France, being rather an atlas in which the more common pathologic processes are well illustrated. The subject of posterior endoscopy has been stimulated recently in the United States by the various endo-urethral methods of prostatic resection, and there is no doubt that an increased familiarity with the anatomy and pathology of the posterior urethra as observed through the endoscope would have a salutary influence on American urology. The present volume is satisfactory as far as the text is concerned, but the color values in some of the plates are markedly exaggerated. The book can be heartily recommended, and the information that it contains should be a part of the knowledge of every surgeon treating genito-urinary diseases.

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