This new edition of Sir Norman Walker's Introduction to Dermatology should be a welcome addition to every practitioner's library. Like its predecessors it is a book that is a pleasure to read. It is written in an easy, intelligible style and gives the reader a clear conception of the commoner skin conditions.
Many additions have been made to the last edition. The text is well illustrated with photographs and colored plates and the print is large and easily read. It sums up in a clear concise manner the teachings of the Edinburgh school and should be read by every physician interested in dermatology.