This small monograph on tuberculosis mammæ is an example of useful compilation. While it adds nothing especially new, yet it arranges and classifies our knowledge of a particular subject in such manner that it is readily accessible.
The work is divide into two portions. The first deals with the history, etiology, pathological anatomy, symptomatology, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of the affection. The second part consists of an abstract of thirty-one previously published cases, to which the writer has added three observed by himself. The work is illustrated by three excellent plates, one of which is colored.