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November 7, 1936

A Handbook of Urology for Students and Practitioners

JAMA. 1936;107(19):1586. doi:10.1001/jama.1936.02770450070030

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Abstract

The author presents this book as a handbook for the student and practitioner, and this end is admirably filled by a book having no pretense to being a complete treatise yet presenting its subject matter in concise and systematic style, giving a clear view of an essentially practical urology. The subject is treated in logical sequence with a convenient tabulation of essential and forceful headings. The few illustrations are well selected to give with the text a clear understanding of the subject. Rare diseases, obsolete treatment and controversial matter are omitted of necessity in a book of this size. The earlier chapters on investigation display the order of well organized practice and constitute a model on which the student might profitably base his examination of the urologic case. Thereafter the subject is presented on an anatomic basis with the exception of genito-urinary tuberculosis, which fittingly is considered as a whole

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