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The Pisse-Prophet by Thomas Brian was a vigorous attack on the ancient practice of uroscopy, 1637.  Traité de la Lithotomie by Francois Tolet was a guide on bladder stone extraction from 1682.  Jean Reybard's self-retaining catheter, 1853.
Books

Medical textbooks have existed since the early days of paper and pen—ranging from handwritten notebooks to leather-bound printed tomes. The William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History has an extensive collection of antique medical books, including handwritten laboratory notebooks from the Father of American Urology, Hugh Hampton Young, MD Please visit this section in the future for more information about the Didusch Center's book collection.

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