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The fact that this standard textbook has gone through nine editions since 1907 is strong evidence of its value. This reviewer is not in a position to discuss the major part of the book except to say that it has an unusual number of excellent illustrations, including clinical photographs, photomicrographs, charts and diagrams. Of these, 45 are in color.
The portion of the book of special interest to dermatologists (chapter IV) is entitled "Diseases of the External Genitals and Vagina" and consists of 93 pages. The first 12 pages of this chapter, the least important from the dermatologic standpoint, are devoted to gonorrhea. In the rest of the chapter are described: other types of vulvitis, other types of vaginitis, monilial vaginitis, atrophic vaginitis, ulcerative diseases, urethral conditions, vulvovaginal gland diseases, nonmalignant growths and swellings of the vulva, nonmalignant growths and swellings in the vagina, malignant disease of the vulva, malignant
Diseases of Women. Arch Derm Syphilol. 1942;45(5):1034–1035. doi:10.1001/archderm.1942.01500110194027
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