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First printed in 1927, this volume was reedited and published in 1936, but all the copies of that edition and all the materials for a reprint were destroyed during the raids on London. This edition includes recent advances and reflects modern trends of urologic thought.
Many new excellent colored plates and diagrams have been included. Special attention has been given to the diagnosis of urinary tuberculosis, and this is preceded by a chapter on pathology of that disease. The historical discussion of urologic procedures and instruments is excellent. Cystoscopic instruments and their care is thoroughly discussed. The author has gone to unusual lengths to explain in detail the technic and findings of cystoscopy for the beginner. This book is a valuable addition to the library of any doctor performing cystoscopy.
Cystoscopy and Urography. JAMA. 1950;143(5):510. doi:10.1001/jama.1950.02910400102048
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