In the handling of this subject, Dr. Bland brings in play his vast knowledge of comparative anatomy and pathology. The subject is treated therefore in a much more scientific manner than is customary in treatises of this kind. Notwithstanding his scientific management of the subject, the author's extreme dogmatism is strongly reminiscent of another most able exponent of English gynecology. In the matter of tubal pregnancy, the author joins hands with Tait in tearing down the older pathological ideas. The book is handsomely illustrated, most of the views being new.