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Here is another textbook prepared by a teacher of twentyfive years' experience in well established British institutions. It begins, as all good books should, with a brief history of obstetrics, well illustrated. It then takes up anatomy and follows through the entire field of obstetrics and gynecology. The advice, in general, is rational and quite in accord with present opinion. The author has not been deluded by the claims of endocrine therapy. He has, in fact, found the use of ovarian preparations disappointing in controlling disturbances of the climacteric. The illustrations are original, and an exceptional feature is the inclusion of a large number of roentgen-ray and anatomic plates with overlay outlines that are exceedingly instructive. The book should prove a most useful text and reference work in the fields that it covers.
Gynaecology with Obstetrics. A Text-Book for Students and Practitioners. JAMA. 1925;84(13):1005. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660390073031
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