In the development of this work, planned primarily for the medical student and general practitioner, the authors have followed classic arrangement by beginning with the general diagnostic procedures, including a chapter on history taking and physical examination, and then considering the organs of the urogenital tract in anatomic sequence from without inward. The first volume covers the external genitalia, with a special chapter on gonorrhea, and includes all the tissues through the prostate gland. The second volume is concerned with the bladder, the ureters and the kidneys, and there is a concluding chapter on radium and roentgen therapy of the genito-urinary tract.
Exceptional in this book are the magnificent illustrations by Didusch, of which there are a tremendous number both in black and white and in colors. Exceptional also is the readability of the type, which makes study of the book a veritable pleasure for the eye. The work is