This little monograph presents in a concise manner the general subject of skin-grafting. The various methods of grafting, the advantages and disadvantages of each, and the particular conditions under which each is most applicable, are well outlined. The grafting of animal membranes of various kinds to the human body is described and the results thus far obtained detailed. Experiments as well as practical experience show unmistakably the advantages of antografts over all other methods. It is an instructive and interesting little volume.