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The second edition of this work has been considerably expanded in the text, and numerous original illustrations added, which further elucidate diagnostic methods. Among the subjects given added attention are pelvic inflammation and tubal pregnancy. The index has also been amplified, but laboratory methods, except in the instance of gonorrhea, are not included, a matter which was mentioned in our extended review of the first edition. Surgical treatment is still subordinated. The elaborate attention given to diagnosis, and to treatment other than surgical, makes this a good work for the student and general practitioner.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Diseases of Women. JAMA. 1911;LVI(7):534. doi:10.1001/jama.1911.02560070066043
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