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This much-needed manual for the general physician is compact and divided into appropriate sections for easy reference. The text is accurate and is based on the author's personal experiences. References to detailed articles are made where indicated. A brief concept of pathophysiology introduces each section. The more commonly encountered urologic disturbances are concisely described, with excellent, current therapeutic approaches. Although there are but few diagrams and illustrations, excellent x-ray reproductions illustrate many diagnostic features. The book is recommended for the libraries of all physicians.
Clinical Urology for General Practice. JAMA. 1957;163(3):218. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02970380060017
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