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This is a personal book, and, as such books usually are, when coming from first-rate men, is an interesting one. The book is written in an abbreviated, rather telegraphic style. The subjects are tabulated and carefully systematized. This book gives dermatology in a concentrated form, and it gives a great deal of information in a relatively small volume. This makes it a valuable reference book and book for students, but also a hard book to read except in brief parts. No one, no matter how experienced, can take the book up and read far without having his interest excited, and it is a valuable reference book for any dermatologist. It would also be a useful book for students to use in connection with a more extensive reference book, or accompanying a lecture course.
LECTURES ON DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1923;8(3):450–451. doi:10.1001/archderm.1923.02360150127015