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October 1928

Handbuch der Neurologie des Ohres.

Arch NeurPsych. 1928;20(4):894. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1928.02210160235025

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Some years ago, under the editorship of Alexander, Marburg and Brunner, there appeared a series of volumes on the neurology of the ear. Three of these numbers have already appeared. They have been reviewed in this journal.

The present number follows along the lines of the others and is of equal merit. There are two large classifications, the first dealing with the part played by the nervous apparatus in diseases of the outer and middle ear, and the second, diseases of the cochlear and vestibular region, particularly their centers.

In the first part there is a discussion by Pollak on diseases of the fifth and seventh nerves; by Spiegel on the vegetative nervous system in diseases of the outer and middle ear, and finally an excellent article by Benési on the involvement of the nervous system in congenital deformities of the outer and middle ear.

The diseases of the cochlear