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The Journal of Urology: Volume 174(4, Part 1 of 2) October 2005 p 1502

RE: MANAGEMENT OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND CURRENT STRATEGIES: PART 1-BEFORE ANTIBIOTICS

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RE: MANAGEMENT OF URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE AND CURRENT STRATEGIES: PART 1-BEFORE ANTIBIOTICS

A comprehensive historical review of catheters and lithotomy was beyond the scope of an article dedicated to the management of urinary tract infections. I congratulate Abdel-Halim for his interesting historical observations in these fields. Aetius of Amida, physician to Justinian I, was indeed a Byzantine and not an Arabian physician.

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