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The clinical diagnosis of disorders of the urinary bladder, with especial reference to the use of the cystoscope, the technic of cystoscopy, and the treatment of disorders of the bladder are the chief subjects of Dr. Cabot's little book. It takes up systematically case records; management of the patient; anatomy of the genitourinary tract; urinalysis (a short chapter); a description of the methods of examining the bladder and the segregation of the urine; the technic of and indications and contraindications for cystoscopy; the causes, diagnosis and treatment of cystitis, and the diagnosis and treatment of senile prostatic hypertrophy. The book does not attempt to cover the entire subject, but is in a great measure a record of personal experience, set forth clearly and plainly, by a man who is evidently a practical teacher.
Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment of Disorders of the Bladder, with Technique of Cystoscopy. JAMA. 1909;LIII(17):1428. doi:10.1001/jama.1909.02550170084029
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