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Urologist Henry M. Weyrauch has written a delightful book about the genitourinary travails of the postmaturity man. His style is crisp; the text is sprinkled with excellent diagrams and bright cartoons. Most of the book is devoted to prostatism; later chapters discuss sex after 50, prostatic cancer, and socioeconomic problems of medical care. It is scientifically accurate and will be thoroughly comprehensible and reassuring to the anxious layman who is contemplating having something done about his prostatic perturbations.
Life After Fifty: The Prostatic Age.. Arch Intern Med. 1968;122(2):190. doi:10.1001/archinte.1968.00300070094034