Recent Literature An Introduction to Dermatology . By Norman Walker, M.D. New York: William Wood & Co. 1899

1899 Boston Medical and Surgical Journal  
of the different affections of the skin is to be found, well translated liy Dr. Stelwagon, who has added a judicious comment here and there. The atlas is made up oí sixty-three colored plates and thirty-nine full-page half-lone illustrations. As a whole, the plates are surprisingly good, and are as well suited to the needs of the general practitioner as those of the huge and expensive atlases. Most of the material for the illustrations was obtained from the author's own clinic, and a short
more » ... iption of the ease depicted .is found opposite each illustration. Dr. Stelwagon's comments are invaluable in explaining many points that would otherwise he obscure to the English reader. Altogether, the hook may be highly reeoinineudeil to the general practitioner.
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