The first fifty-nine pages of this book are devoted to the text, the subject being considered under "Congenital Anomalies," "Cystitis," "Tumors," "Hypertrophy of the Prostate," "Concretions and Foreign Bodies," and "Testing Renal Function." In the text are twenty-two illustrations. The text is rather brief and often simply explanatory of the plates which follow. The testing of renal function receives scant attention, and hence the chapter on that subject is quite unsatisfactory. Following the text are thirty-six plates in color, showing eighty-five views of various conditions found in the bladder. They are all, of course, cystoscopic views, and the outline and coloring are very good, but they are all pasted on the pages and at times without regard to "up" and "down" of the picture, so that they are often confusing in this particular. Opposite each plate is a description of the figures and frequently a short history of the case.