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February 14, 1931

Medizinische Praxis: Sammlung für ärztliche Fortbildung.

JAMA. 1931;96(7):554. doi:10.1001/jama.1931.02720330074043

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This monograph is one of a series of eleven prepared for general practitioners. The present monograph contains only material of practical interest and application concerning uterine and cervical bleeding and leukorrhea. The arrangement of the material is ideal for the practitioner; the subject matter is presented in simple, concise language and the few illustrations that are reproduced are most instructive. In order not to confuse the practitioner, the author nearly always describes his own methods of treatment for each condition instead of enumerating the preferences of other authorities. The discussion on hemorrhage takes up eighty-five pages and includes bleeding not only from the uterus and cervix but also from the vagina and vulva. In the first part is a discussion of the physiology of uterine bleeding, including a consideration of the hormones. Then the author takes up the irregularities of menstrual bleeding and finally atypical hemorrhages not associated with the

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