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This volume of nearly 500 pages is devoted to a consideration of tuberculosis of the skin and the tuberculids. It is an excellent presentation of the subject, well illustrated, and could hardly be produced in this country, where, thank Heaven, physicians have no such large experience in cutaneous tuberculosis as have physicians in most of the countries in Europe. Every aspect of the field is fully covered. In the introduction of twenty-four pages every phase of the subject of the tubercle bacillus is considered. In part 1, of forty-three pages, the general features of cutaneous tuberculosis and the tuberculids, including their pathologic aspects, are presented. In part 2, of 130 pages, the anatomic and clinical forms of cutaneous tuberculosis are considered in detail. In part 3, of 125 pages, the authors take up the various tuberculids in the same detail that is given to tuberculosis of the skin in the
Tuberculose cutanée et tuberculides. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1934;29(6):970. doi:https://doi.org/10.1001/archderm.1934.01460120167023
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