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Up to now the beginner in operative cystoscopy had to rely on self-tuition as the only possibility in instruction. This book answers the cry for practical study and embodies the results of long and progressive work. Its publication will prove of the greatest value to the budding specialist. It is the first volume of its kind that has been published in any language, and it fills a great gap in the teaching of intravesical procedures. The text is concise; if any adverse criticism could be given, too concise; yet it is clear, to the point and comprehensive in its subject matter. The pages on local anesthesia are interesting, but one could hardly follow the author in his indiscriminate use of cocaine; American urologists have almost entirely discarded cocaine in favor of procaine. The various points in technic for the removal of ureteral calculi are most ingenious and might well be
Operative Cystoscopy. JAMA. 1926;86(18):1387–1388. doi:10.1001/jama.1926.02670440061040
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