Von Professor Dr. Hans Wildbolz, chirurgischer Chefarzt am Inselspital in Bern. Second edition. Paper. Price, 64 marks. Pp. 645, with 218 illustrations. Berlin: Julius Springer, 1934.
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This excellent work first appeared in 1924; after ten years it has been brought down to date in the present edition. Urology, always in evolution, is here presented in its latest aspect. The author, with the authority which his long and extensive experience gives him, has depicted his subject in a fully rounded and complete manner. As in the previous edition, the divisions of the volume are devoted to general and special urologic subjects. Extensive attention has been paid to methods of examination, but for the most part the author omits theoretical discussions in order to make his treatise a practical work for the specialist as well as for the general practitioner. As a surgeon he was writing especially for surgeons, however, quite properly, a chapter on nephritis has been included. A discussion of gonorrhea and nongonorrheal urethritis also is noted. Wildbolz has merely touched on the new technic of
Lehrbuch der Urologie und der chirurgischen Krankheiten der männlichen Geschlechtsorgane. JAMA. 1935;104(18):1662. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760180094031