H. Miller
1961 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
REVIEWS MEDICAL JOURNAL universal agreement. The manner of holding the vulsellum during curettage will hardly appeal to the practical gynaecologist, while the illustration showing the delicate pen-like grip on the bougie perpetuates a dangerous and inefficient manceuvre. It is also disappointing to see the continued advocacy of Hegar's bougies-one had assumed they had been generally replaced by the long modern stem-graduated dilator. These, however, are minor matters, and are probably offset by
more » ... probably offset by the belated but full acceptance by a Continental surgeon of the Manchester operation as the optimum treatment for prolapse. The book is produced by Thieme with the superb finish and clarity associated with that firm's publications, and it is hoped that early translation will give the atlas its deservedly wide public in Great Britain. ALBERT DAVIS.
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