1921
Volume 17, Issue 6
  • ISSN: 0002-9637
  • E-ISSN: 1476-1645
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Abstract

This monograph in three parts has 120 pages and is written in simple German that is easy to read. It should prove to be very valuable, not only for the physician who wants to practice obstetrics and gynecology in a tropical country, but also for those persons who are interested in the culture, customs, and traditions of Ethiopia. And even though the good, carefully documented statistics prove that, for instance, maternal and neonatal mortality is considerably lower in Ethiopia than in other developing countries of the African continent, the reading of this book should be recommended to all those members of the health professions who plan to devote a considerable time to activities in Africa.

The chapters on obstetrical and gynecological practice provide good information on the situation throughout Ethiopia, including the rural areas where medical care is practically absent and the capital, Addis Abeba, with a relative abundance of physicians.

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