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Undoubtedly this manual states well the principal facts in regard to examination of the urine, but it is not apparent that its author has written it because he had anything new to tell or because old facts and principles have been considered from new or unusual points of view. There is a short chapter on "The Diagnosis of Functional Efficiency of the Kidney," in which only the general principles of cystoscopy, etc., are stated. Of the pathogenic germs that may occur in urine only the gonococcus and the tubercle bacillus are fully considered from the point of view of their demonstration. The book comes in a convenient form with flexible covers.
Examination of the Urine. JAMA. 1904;XLIII(25):1885. doi:10.1001/jama.1904.02500250055023
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