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(1916). The Ductless Glandular Diseases. By Wilhelm Falta of Vienna translated by Milton K. Meyers, M.D. Archibald E. Garrod, M.D. With 101 illustrations. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co. Pp. 673. Price $7.00 net.. Psychoanal. Rev., 3(2):239-240.

(1916). Psychoanalytic Review, 3(2):239-240

The Ductless Glandular Diseases. By Wilhelm Falta of Vienna translated by Milton K. Meyers, M.D. Archibald E. Garrod, M.D. With 101 illustrations. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston's Son & Co. Pp. 673. Price $7.00 net.

Falta's work is by long odds the best clinical exposition of the diseases of the ductless glands extant. We are exceedingly fortunate to have it made available in English, especially so soon after its original appearance in German.

It is unnecessary to say anything in a book review at this time about the importance of the group of diseases treated in this work. The en-docrinopathies bid fair to loom large on the medical horizon for some years to come. Their especial importance to the neurologists, however, comes by virtue of their intimate relationship with the sympathetic and autonomic nervous systems and their fundamental importance in the physiological Anlage of the affective life.

The work is well illustrated, and the illustrations not only serve to demonstrate what the author has used them for, but it seems to the reviewer as he looks them over that they are extremely suggestive from the psychoanalytic standpoint. Many of the pictures, for example those which illustrate various types of dyspituitarism, show us individuals of a general physical makeup with which we are quite familiar in a general way.

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