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Sutton comes to us promptly with a new, fourth, edition of his book. The new edition differs only in such modifications as would be expected; the character and make-up of the book are unchanged. With succeeding editions his work is increasing rapidly in size: the last edition contained 1084 pages, this one contains 1132; the last contained 910 illustrations in black and white, this one contains 969. There is no change in the number of colored plates. What has been said of previous editions applies to this one. It is a good book, the work of an indefatigable student of dermatology. The make-up, from the publisher's standpoint, is unusually good. Both Dr. Sutton and his publishers are to be congratulated on the work.
DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1921;4(6):857. doi:10.1001/archderm.1921.02350250136013