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This work has had considerable success among students of medicine and busy practitioners. The authors themselves state that their work was written primarily to fulfil the definite need for such a textbook, which would present the whole subject of urology in "the simplest possible manner" to "meet the needs of beginners." This laudable ambition has been accomplished in an admirable manner. One hundred and sixty-two pages are devoted to elementary subjects relative to genito-urinary diseases, 100 pages to the venereal diseases, and the remaining pages to diseases of the genital organs, bladder, ureters and kidneys and to urologic surgery. Diseases of the male genitalia, not infrequently slighted in the past, are covered in a thorough manner. The chapters on venereal diseases are complete and of value to both students and practitioners.
Every effort has been made to facilitate and render quick and sure the teaching of urology. Seven hundred black
Text-Book of Urology for Students and Practitioners. JAMA. 1935;105(18):1458. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760440068033
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