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The first volume of the Glawtsche State Dermatovenerologic Institute of Odessa is a festschrift commemorating the work done from 1917 to 1927 and in honor of Egor Stepanowitsch Glawtsche, who founded the institute and who at one time was an assistant to Professor Pospelow. The institute was the outcome of the work of Glawtsche and was taken over by the state ten years ago. Glawtsche died, Aug. 17, 1919. The book is in Russian, and with the Russian letters even the names are unintelligible to the ordinary reader. Fortunately, an abstract in German appears at the end of each article. The work covers a wide range of subjects in dermatology, syphilis and the other venereal diseases in both their social and their economic aspects. The chief interest is in the evidence it shows of present activities in medicine in Russia. It is testimony of the eagerness with which physicians under
Trudi Odesskavo Gosudarstvenavo Dermato-Venerologicheskovo Instituta imeni E. S. Glawtsche. Yubileinii Sbornik, 1919-1927.. JAMA. 1928;91(25):2017. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700250081041