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The eighth revised and enlarged edition of "Sutton's "Diseases of the Skin" is before us. It is all that its title implies. It is new up to the description of the latest items in dermatology; it is revised up to the consideration of the newest facts pertaining to every topic, and in this revision it has necessarily been enlarged considerably. There is nothing new to be said about a book the eighth edition of which is being reviewed. It has all of its old characteristics. It is encyclopedic and scholarly, it has the spirit of an enthusiastic devotee of a specialty, and it has the vigor and the piquant spirit that are Sutton. There is no need to advise dermatologists or other physicians that it should be on their shelves. They have already decided that for themselves, and in one or another edition it is found everywhere. It speaks volumes