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In this edition, chapters 1 to 5 deal with the usual, well— accepted diagnostic procedures in urology. This is followed by a good, informative chapter on anesthesiology. In chapters 7 through 34, all the various diseases of each organ of the urogenital system are discussed in a well-organized and well-documented manner. The pattern followed in the discussion of these diseases is comprehensive and to the point. Detail does not succumb to verbosity. In chapter 35 the recent advances made in the field of antibiotic therapy are discussed. Here the reader will find treated the indications, contraindications, and efficacy of the various antibiotics in the treatment of infections of the genitourinary system. Each volume contains an index to the text and illustrations. The publishers have done their part very well. The quality of the paper and the arrangement of the pages into three columns facilitates reading. Since the publication of the
Clinical Urology. Volumes I and II. JAMA. 1956;162(14):1349. doi:10.1001/jama.1956.02970310077028
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