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This book fulfils the purpose for which it was written; viz., to outline to the medical student in a brief but comprehensive manner the entire field of urology. It is written with an aim to keep the student ever in mind of the physiologic and pathologic processes responsible for the symptoms produced. Emphasis is placed on diagnosis. Treatment, though briefly outlined, is left for larger and more comprehensive works. The divisions of the book are extremely interesting. Pathologic and physiologic subject matter with associated symptoms are segregated and each is discussed from the standpoint of its relation to the urinary tract as a whole. This eliminates the customary division of upper and lower urinary tracts and is much less confusing to the beginner. In short, this book would serve as an excellent basic guide or outline which, if supplemented by outside references, would assure a comprehensive urologic course for the
Introduction à la chirurgie génito-urinaire. JAMA. 1937;108(21):1827. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780210067032
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