Benthin, a student of Winter, has written a monograph on diagnosis and differential diagnosis in gynecology which students, practitioners and teachers in this field will find most practical. It includes a consideration of all the usual female disorders, together with borderline conditions of the urinary and gastrointestinal tracts. Numerous halftones and diagrams illustrate the text, and an unusual collection of beautiful colored plates illustrate both gross and microscopic pathologic conditions. The text is free from errors, is printed on high grade smooth paper, and large readable type is employed. The author has written in an easy and direct style, free from unnecessary argumentation.