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April 19, 1913

Genito-Urinary Diseass nd Syphils.

JAMA. 1913;60(16):1255. doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04340160057042

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In this edition the book has been revised completly, and many chapters have been rewritten to conform to present-day knowledge on such subjects as the treatment of bladder tumors by the high-frequency current and extensive resection. The author has kept pace with the advances made in genitourinary surgery in the past five years, and besides recording these he includes his personal observations. The ok is well written and contains a wealth of information in comparatively few words. The many heads and subheads make easily accessible any portion of the text, and the latter is, as it should be, a clear and concise, but none the less complete presentation of the best in genito-urinary surgery. The illustrations really illustrate the text, which is more than can be said of most pictures. We wish to commend especially the diagrammatic drawings showing the anatomy of the prostate and the details of the

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