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We are glad to welcome volume 6, part 1 and volume 6, part 2 of this great work. Both are large books worthy of being called independent volumes.
The contents of volume 6, part 1 are as follows: Eczema and Dermatitis by Prof. Carl Kreibich, Prague; Prurigo, Strophulus and Pruritus by Dr. Max Winkler, Lucerne; Neurodermatitis by Dr. Arthur Alexander, Berlin, and Seborrhoeic Eczema by Prof. Ferdinand Winkler of Vienna and Prof. P. G. Unna of Hamburg. Three hundred pages are devoted to eczema, the remaining 242 pages to the other subjects. Although this volume contains some of the most important material that will be considered in the Handbuch, it is relatively less extensive than the other volumes. We cannot say that the subjects are not fully considered, for apparently no detail of any of the subjects has been omitted. The articles are by masters in their particular fields.
Handbuch der Haut Geschlectskrankheiten. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1929;19(4):705. doi:10.1001/archderm.1929.02380220178015
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