As the author states, this is a practical summary of the five exhaustive monographs which over a period of thirty years he has devoted to the disorders of the scalp. The book is divided into six parts, and the various diseases are taken up according to the time of their appearance: some diseases of the scalp in nurslings and infants, the diseases of the scalp of school age, disorders of the scalp after puberty, the diseases of the scalp of adult life, those of advanced age, those of very advanced years and, lastly, divers diseases of the eyebrows, eyelashes, the mustache, the beard, the axillae, the pubic region and the nails.
A work on this subject by Sabouraud needs little comment but speaks for itself. It is, as he said, most practical and should form part of the library of every one interested in the scalp. The illustrations and