This book is an exhaustive treatise on the subject of Hodgkin's disease. The literature is reviewed fully and the author gives his own observations based on a study of seventy cases, in sixteen of which autopsies were held, and in forty cases microscopical examinations of diseased glands were made. In accordance with the present tendency lie considers the disease as a specific inflammatory process. The histology is especially well illustrated in five plates with twenty-two beautiful colored pictures. The completeness of the work is well shown in the 600 literary references at the end of the volume. This extensive monograph will take a foremost rank among the treatises on this strange disease.