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This work was written, as the author says, for the object of affording a concise account of gynecologic diseases and their treatment. He has certainly condensed within its four hundred and odd pages a large amount of information. He has used material from various sources, both in the selection of illustrations and by consulting authorities. There is nothing theoretic about it; various conditions and operations are described in a brief, concise way, and the illustrations are generally well selected for the purpose of illustrating the conditions. We would not advise it as a text-book to supplant the larger and more thorough works, of which there are so many, but in its small way it will fill a useful place.
A Short Practice of Gynecology. JAMA. 1901;XXXVII(1):42. doi:10.1001/jama.1901.02470270048030
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