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This treatise on clinical cystoscopy is a thorough presentation on the subject in two beautifully printed volumes. The classification of the text is good. The chapters are well arranged, carefully balanced and properly organized. The volumes read easily and are profusely illustrated. The drawings, paintings and photography, especially the colored photography of the cystoscopic appearance of the bladder diseases, are superb.
In the first volume are seventeen chapters, the first four of which take up the history of the cystoscope, the various types of cystoscopic instruments, indication and contraindication for cystoscopy, preparation of the patient for cystoscopy and the method of performing a cystoscopy. In chapter five the cystoscopic picture of the normal bladder is discussed. In the next seven chapters all the known diseases of the bladder are considered and these are discussed in a thorough, concise manner. Beautiful paintings or colored photographs illustrate the cystoscopic pictures of the
Clinical Cystoscopy: A Treatise on Cystoscopic Technic, Diagnosis, Procedures, and Treatment. JAMA. 1945;128(15):1131. doi:10.1001/jama.1945.02860320073031
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