This book is written by two professors of the Veterinary School in Budapest. It comprises a consideration of spontaneous rickets in various animals, the pig, dog, steer and sheep, as well as a study of artificially induced rickets. The authors have been actively engaged in this field, especially in its pathology, for a great many years, and during this period they have carefully considered the various aspects of this subject.
The book will be of value to those who are interested in animal pathology, as well as to those who are actively engaged in the study of experimental rickets in animals. Almost half of the volume is devoted to an exposition of rickets in young pigs; in fact, there is no book that covers this field in so complete a manner. Rickets in rats is merely mentioned, but this omission is not of importance, as the pathology of rickets in