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Dr. Hirst believes in brevity rather than redundance, and in clarity of statement rather than the vague circumlocutory discussions that occur not infrequently in the more pretentious treatises on obstetrics and gynecology. He has given us, therefore, a concise but adequate digest of our gynecologic doctrine as it exists today. It can well serve as a basic source of information to the student and might possibly inspire him to search the literature for those rivulets and bayous of knowledge which pour their little contributions into the main stream of this specialty. It is a good manual.
A Manual of Gynecology. JAMA. 1925;85(21):1663. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02670210065039
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