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March 12, 1910

Clinical Examination of the Urine and Urinary Diagnosis.

JAMA. 1910;LIV(11):903-904. doi:10.1001/jama.1910.02550370073025

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Abstract

That three editions of this popular and well-known book have appeared in such a short time is sufficient evidence of its merit. The subject-matter has been brought up to date by the omission of much unnecessary and unimportant material and by the addition of many of the newer and more important tests for various normal and abnormal constituents of the urine. It is true that many accurate, reliable, and satisfactory tests are omitted; but this should not militate against the usefulness of the book, as it is to be remembered that an author necessarily recommends those tests and methods which he himself has found to be the most satisfactory for such work. If the student, general practitioner, or specialist masters the examination of the urine as outlined by Ogden, he need have no fear of getting into difficulties in his clinical examinations. The details of the various tests and methods

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