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The first and second volumes of this magnificent ``System'' were devoted to the history of syphilis and its laboratory study. This third volume begins the clinical consideration of syphilis and takes up the subject of acquired syphilis. The next three volumes are to be devoted to the clinical consideration of syphilis: volume IV, hereditary syphilis; volume V, visceral syphilis, and volume VI, neurosyphilis. This outline will indicate the comprehensive extent of the work.
The present volume promises magnificently for the series. The contributors to the series in general constitute a list of the best known and most active contemporary workers in the field in France, and the authors of this volume, Jeanselme, Marcel Pinard, Sézary, Milian and others, are among the most widely known dermatologists. The thoroughness with which the subject has been considered is indicated by the table of contents:
Chapter 1, "Contagion"; chapter II, "Clinical Immunity'';
Traité de la syphilis. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1932;26(3):592–593. doi:10.1001/archderm.1932.01450030590025