The authors deal with radiologic examination of the bladder, urethra and prostate in eleven chapters. The first sentence in the opening chapter on cystography stresses a point of ancient vintage, but one in need of constant repetition: "L'examen radiologique de la vessie demande la collaboration de l'Urologue et du Radiologue...."
The first part of the book deals with the authors' technic of cystography, urethrography and combined methods of examination. The second part deals with bladder abnormalities, disturbances of bladder tone, calculi and foreign bodies, inflammatory lesions of the bladder and urethra, dysfunctions of the bladder neck, traumatic lesions of the urethra and bladder, bladder tumors, fistulas and postoperative conditions.
The figures illustrating the traumatic and fistulous lesions of the urethra and bladder are some of the best in the book. The use of double contrast micturition technic for studying the urethra seems to be something of a tour de