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Flocks and Culp, who, like many other experienced urologists, are interested in the education and training of younger men in this field, felt that there was a definite need for bringing together in one text the more important anatomic, physiological, and surgical principles involved in operative urology. They state that their hope is to give information that will be helpful to the resident in training, to the practicing urologist, and to teachers of urology. They have succeeded in their aims so well that this handbook should be a part of every operating room's quick reference library. There are many communities where strict adherence to any one branch of surgery is impossible and where many urologic procedures, especially those of an emergency nature, must be performed by the general surgeon. This book would be most valuable to have at hand in such a situation. The illustrations, all of which are line
A Handbook of Operative Surgery: Surgical Urology. JAMA. 1954;156(14):1373. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02950140073029