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These two volumes, with a third still to appear, constitute a treatise on dermatology which may be, in a way, regarded as a companion to the magnificent treatise on syphilis edited by Jeanselme. The arrangement and plan of the work remind one of the treatise on syphilis. This in itself gives one a favorable impression of the volumes. Schulmann is the secretary of the organization under which each treatise has been produced. In both the collaborators include many of the best known men in French dermatology.
The work is encyclopedic and is a complete exposition of French dermatology. It is complete in that it gives a full exposition of the entire subject, but is not so overfull of detail that one does not get readily an orientation of the whole subject.
The first 310 pages are devoted to the principles of dermatology. This, to the reviewer's mind, is the most
Traité de dermatologie clinique et thérapeutique. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1933;28(2):304–305. doi:10.1001/archderm.1933.01460020158028
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